Spurring New Research on the Demography of Aging

Annual Pilot Project Program

MiCDA sponsors an annual pilot project program designed to seed new lines of scientific inquiry on the demography of aging.

Pilot projects typically result in multiple presentations and at least one published paper. Often pilot recipients go on to submit successful grant applications related to their pilot work. Pilots also may lead to new data resources, study cohorts, or protocols.

Faculty Development Programs

MiCDA provides early career affiliates with the opportunity to deepen their knowledge on the demography of aging.

Fellows Program:

Support for up to two years to develop interests in consultation with one or more experienced MiCDA affiliates

Faculty Development Program:

Support for early career faculty members to attend the RAND Summer Institute on Aging

Symposium and Conferences:

To build connections across the MICDA community, MiCDA sponsors an annual Symposium for pilot project recipients and occasional career development conferences for affiliates

May 2019
May 2018
November 2016

Program Due Dates

MiCDA affiliates and other University of Michigan faculty interested in affiliating may apply for MiCDA’s annual pilot project and faculty development programs.

ProgramStatus of ApplicationsNext Call (Tentative)
Pilot projectsClosedDecember 2020*
FellowsClosedDecember 2020*
RAND Summer Institute / Other faculty developmentClosedEarly 2020*

*Pending Funding