2011 - Ph.D., Sociology, Faculty od Philosophy and Arts, Charles University, Prague
2005 - Mgr. (master of sociology), Faculty od Philosophy and Arts, Charles University, Prague
2002 - Bc. in Humanities, Faculty of Humanities, Charles Univeristy, Prague
sociology of family, changes in family behavour, life-course perspective, attitudes to family and gender roles
2010 Short Research visit, Institut for Family Research (Ifb), University of Bamberg, Germany, supported by European Science Foundation, TransEurope Research Network.
2009 Ecole d'été de Lille en Méthodes Quantitatives des Sciences Sociales. Le traitement quantitatif des données biographiques, Lille, France
2006/2007 Université de Lausanne, Faculté des sciences sociales et politiques
2006 - ECPR Summer School in Methods and Techniques, University of Ljubljana, course: Cross-national survey design and analysis
Jana Klímová Chaloupková is a researcher at the Institute of Sociology, Czech Academy of Sciences. She has long-term research interests in changes in family behaviour, attitudes towards family, division of roles within the family and a lifecourse perspective. She has published articles in journals such as Advances in Life course research, Journal of Family Studies, Journal of Family Issues, and Comparative Population Studies. She has edited a monograph on the transition to adulthood and authored several book chapters. She was awarded by The Otto Wichterle Award in 2014.