Media Frequently Asked Questions
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How can I arrange an interview with an NIA scientific expert or grantee?
Contact the NIA communications office at 301-496-1752 or email@example.com.
How can I get permission to reprint text from the NIA website and publications?
Publications produced by the NIA are in the public domain. Permission to use NIA materials is not required. If you use our materials in print, on the web, or in a video or audio format, we request that you credit the National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health. Also, please let us know! We are happy to see how our information is being passed along to others.
How can I get permission to use images from the NIA website? Do you have scientific images that I can use?
Stock photos on the NIA website may not be reproduced without permission. Please contact the NIA communications office for photos of some senior staff and scientific images for selected studies.
Where can I find statistics about older people?
Although the NIA does not compile statistical information, several Federal resources might be helpful. Click on the following links to access the information you need.
- Older Americans 2016: Key Indicators of Well-Being, produced by the Federal Interagency Forum on Aging-Related Statistics
- An Aging World: 2015 (PDF, 6.9M)
- 65+ in the United States 2010 (PDF, 12.0M)
- U.S. Census Bureau | Call the Census Bureau's public information office at 1-800-923-8282.
- National Center for Health Statistics
firstname.lastname@example.org | Call the CDC's public information office at 1-800-232-4636.
Can the NIA arrange for me to interview someone participating in an NIA-funded study?
Although the NIA cannot directly arrange such interviews, we can often refer you to grantees or organizations who work directly with older people in communities.
Does the NIA have remote audio and video studios?
Yes. Contact the NIA communications office about using the NIH ReadyCam studio.
- Call 301-496-1752
- Email email@example.com