Research and Funding

Inside NIA Archives: Meetings

Posted on October 22, 2014 by Marie A. Bernard, Deputy Director, National Institute on Aging.

If life begins after 40, then NIA is poised to celebrate our move into middle age! In a special session at this year’s Gerontological Society of America (GSA) meeting in Washington, D.C., NIA... Read More
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Posted on July 30, 2014 by Neil Buckholtz, Director, Division of Neuroscience.

International collaboration is vital to advancing Alzheimer’s disease research on multiple fronts, from genetics to biomarkers to translational research. Just weeks ago, at the Alzheimer’... Read More
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Posted on November 13, 2013 by Richard Hodes, Director, National Institute on Aging.

Optimism and pessimism compete with each other as we contemplate the future for research and research funding. The prospects for important breakthroughs in NIA’s primary areas of medical... Read More
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Posted on November 6, 2013 by Robin Barr, Director of the Division of Extramural Activities.

Our National Advisory Council on Aging meets three times a year to consider grant applications and programs and make recommendations, as do the Advisory Councils for the other NIH Institutes. If you... Read More
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Posted on September 4, 2013 by Ron Kohanski, Deputy Director, Division of Aging Biology.

Will you join us in Bethesda, Maryland this coming October 30 and 31 to talk about aging research in a new way? The Trans-NIH Geroscience Interest Group (GSIG), with the support of the Alliance for... Read More
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Posted on June 12, 2013 by Suzana Petanceska, Program Director, Division of Neuroscience.

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times... --Charles Dickens These words sum up the state of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) research, specifically therapy development, over the last few... Read More
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