Training in Aging at UM

The UMAging research centers provide several training and career development opportunities for affiliates specific to the themes of each center. In addition, UM is home to several training grants from the National Institute on Aging that provide opportunities for pre- and post-doctoral candidates.

Training and Career Development Opportunities at UMAging Centers

MiCDAJunior faculty research career development related to MiCDA’s signature themesDecemberVicki Freedman
[email protected] Deatrick
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PEPPER OAICJunior faculty research career development related to Pepper OAIC’s themesDecemberNeil Alexander
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MADRCEarly career investigator enhanced career development related to dementia researchMarchStephanie Nava
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MCCFADOpportunities for enhancing knowledge of contextual factors in Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (ADRD).January[email protected]
MCUAAARJunior faculty research career development related to MCUAAAR’s goalsJanuaryDeborah Robinson
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A summary document is available here.

UM Training Grants in Aging

Career Training in the Biology of AgingUM pre and post-doctoral students in preceptor labsVariableScott Pletcher
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Training in the Demography and Economics of AgingUM pre-doctoral students in economics, sociology or health behavior & health education programs. Postdoctoral fellows from any disciplineApplication deadlines vary by department[email protected]
Interdisciplinary Research Training on Health and AgingUM pre-doctoral students in public health, sociology, psychology, social work and nursingMarch (early)Lindsay Kobayashi
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Physician Scientist Training in Age-Related DiseasesMedical, surgical and other related sub-specialists interested in aging research or an age-related conditionJanuaryLona Mody
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Lillian Min
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Daniel Goldstein
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*Only U.S. Citizens and U.S. Permanent Residents are eligible to receive federal training grant support.

Training opportunities that may be of interest to affiliates or trainees.

NIA also supports a variety of training and career development opportunities for students, early-career investigators, and clinician researchers. More information on those opportunities can be found here.