Inside NIA Archives: 09/2016
We have pay line updates! Great literature does not arise from lists of numbers. Still, I hope these numbers will pique your interest.
Increases to career development and general allocation awards... Read More
On July 18, NIA Director Dr. Richard Hodes announced that Dr. Eliezer Masliah had been appointed director of the Division of Neuroscience. Dr. Masliah was previously head of the Experimental... Read More
This month, NIA is celebrating our second annual Go4Life Month. As part of that celebration, we’re reaching out to our Go4Life® partners and the research community to help us find ways to... Read More
So you thought your science was already rigorous and reproducible…
On October 5, 2015, NIH released new guidelines for implementing rigor and transparency in research project grants.... Read More
A few months ago, NIA decided to follow the practice of two other NIH institutes and arrange two-stage review of program projects. We have recently completed the first review cycle under this new... Read More
We have bumped the NIA general allocation up by one point all around.
For most research grants—at least the ones under $500k a year—that pay line is now the 10th percentile. We are paying... Read More
NIA staff are gearing up for the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2016. The annual gathering of dementia researchers, clinicians, and health care providers is in Toronto... Read More
On June 7, NIA Director Dr. Richard Hodes announced that Dr. John Haaga had been appointed director of the Division of Behavioral and Social Research. Dr. Haaga was the acting director for the... Read More
If you are interested in health disparities and aging research, the NIA is ready, willing and able to help be a resource for you and the field. In recent months, we have undertaken several activities... Read More
NIA’s Interventions Testing Program (ITP) wants you! We want to expand the involvement of the research community in this unique program that tests compounds for potential drug development. The... Read More