Train with NIA Researchers in Baltimore!
Are you thinking about a career in research and looking for a way to try it out? Want to build on your academic interest in research with lab experience? The NIA Intramural Research Program offers excellent training opportunities in laboratory and clinical medicine and is committed to training basic and clinical researchers in biomedical and behavioral sciences related to aging.
Read more about the Baltimore-based training opportunities at NIA for high school, college, post-bac, medical, and post-doc students by clicking on the tiles below.
Please be advised that employment at the NIH requires a security background investigation and a badge to be issued after successfully clearing the investigation. All employees, including all level of trainees, require a badge to work at the NIH. Trainees who use marijuana, even if legal in a home state, will be deemed unacceptable for badging at NIH.
For additional information about research training at NIA, contact Ms. Arlene Jackson, NIA IRP Associate Training Director, at email@example.com or 410-558-8121 or connect with the IRP Training Office.
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