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.
The latest batch of cleared concepts from NIA's January National Advisory Council Meeting.
Learn about growing research interest and funding opps around glia, which may play bigger roles in thought formation and neurodegenerative diseases than previously realized.
Three new funding opportunities — budgeted for $191 million over 5 years through an NIH Common Fund initiative co-coordinated by NIA and the National Cancer Institute — are designed to help accelerate growing field of cellular senescence.
NIA Director Dr. Richard J. Hodes offers his annual look ahead at the New Year, with gratitude for coronavirus vaccines, budget news, and some 2021 upcoming events of note.
Learn more about how NIA is making progress in tests and technologies for earlier detection of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias to help researchers and patients.