NIA is thrilled to join GEOHealth, a global partnership to improve environmental and occupational health for older adults in the developing world and expand diversity in aging and AD/ADRD research.
Learn how growth and new resources in the National Centralized Repository for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias (NCRAD) could be a big help for your team’s future investigations!
You don’t need to wait until 2023 to embrace data sharing! As this new NIH-wide policy gets closer to implementation, here are some tips to get ready.
Attention entreprenurs: did you know that NIA has funding opportunities specifically available to small businesses developing products to improve human health? Learn how the OSBR can help grow your ideas and innovations!
The NIA AgingResearchBiobank continues to grow with two new important men's health study collections.
Updates on the latest budget & pay lines news for FY 2021!
Join us April 19-22 for the 2021 NIH Alzheimer’s Research Summit: Path to Precision Medicine for Treatment and Prevention!
Early-career scientists: build your network; learn more about NIA science and its funding opportunities; and sharpen grant writing skills in the 2021 Butler-Williams Scholars Program.
The IMPACT Collaboratory offers several new funding opportunities for embedded pragmatic clinical trials designed to push beyond the limits of traditional trials to improve quality of life for people living with AD/ADRD and those who care for them.
Dr. Ken Santora, Director of NIA's Division of Extramural Activities (DEA), discusses important inside tips for early career researchers seeking NIH funding support.
Learn about important changes to our standing scientific review committees to better ensure equitable review for all applications.