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Welcome to the new NIA website!

Welcome to the newly redesigned National Institute on Aging website.

We’re pleased to bring you a mobile-friendly, searchable web experience, where you’ll find:Woman on ipad

Highlights

Check out these enhanced features and additions to the NIA site.

  1. Mobile-friendly – Access the NIA site on your phone, tablet, or computer for a seamless experience.
  2. Intramural Research Program - The NIA Intramural Research Program website will now be enhanced and easier to find. Learn about labs at NIA, NIA research and investigators, and training opportunities at our labs in Baltimore.
  3. Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Resource and Referral Center page – The newly redesigned Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias information portal includes updated articles on Alzheimer’s and dementia research, caregiving, and more.
  4. Site search – Use the enhanced search bar at the top of the page to find anything you’re looking for, or try the health information search for science-based information for the public. If you search for Alzheimer’s, you’ll also get the contact information for our Alzheimer’s information service.
  5. The Research Resources Database – Researchers can now find NIA-supported scientific resources, datasets, informatics resources and more in a single place.

Order Publications

NIA will continue to offer quality, credible printed health materials for older adults. The new NIA print publications ordering portal is located here: https://order.nia.nih.gov. You’ll find brochures, booklets, posters, bookmarks and more on topics related to healthy aging, exercise, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, caregiving, and more.

Spanish Resources

Visit our Spanish A-Z Health Topics page for evidence-based consumer health information from NIA in Spanish. You can also order Spanish print publications.

For Researchers & Policymakers

The new Grants & Funding portal will make it easy for researchers to find information on NIA research priorities and funding policies. The About NIA section features budget and testimony information, and scientific advances in Alzheimer's disease and aging research for policymakers and advocates.

For Media

Visit the News & Events page for the latest on NIA research. For media inquiries and or to request an interview with a subject matter expert, please email the NIA Office of Communications and Public Liaison at nianews3@mail.nih.gov, or call 301/496-1752.

Questions?

Contact us with questions, comments, or suggestions for the new site.

Happy browsing!