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  • Blog post - watch NIA Council videocast May 21, 2014
    February 26, 2014

    The National Advisory Council on Aging is holding one of its thrice yearly meetings today. Did you know you can watch online? The next meeting is on May 21, 2014, from about 8am to 3pm EST, so please save the date. Dr. Robin Barr, director of the...

  • NIH-supported clinical trial finds antidepressant reduces Alzheimer’s agitation
    February 25, 2014

    NIH-funded researchers are testing interventions to alleviate psychiatric conditions and symptoms, such as agitation, that distress people with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers. The goal is to identify treatments that are safer and more...

  • Blog post - how to contact your NIA program officer
    February 19, 2014

    Researchers sometimes wonder when and how to communicate with staff at the National Institute on Aging. "I hope you’re not agonizing over whether now is the right moment or whether your message will be well received," writes Dr....

  • New to aging research? Apply to the Butler-Williams Scholars Program by March 28
    February 13, 2014

    Emerging researchers, including those with limited involvement in research on aging, are invited to apply for the next Butler-Williams Scholars Program (formerly the Summer Institute on Aging Research), to be held August 4-8, 2014, at the National...

  • Blog post - NIA budget update
    February 12, 2014

    Last month, Congress and the President finalized NIA's budget for the fiscal year. Dr. Richard J. Hodes, NIA director, has a new blog post about what this means for the aging and Alzheimer's disease research community. He explains, "the...

  • Blog post - what is NIA's Office of Special Populations?
    February 5, 2014

    NIA's Office of Special Populations promotes research on health disparities, career development for a more diverse research workforce, and additional priorities. Dr. Carl V. Hill, new director of the Office of Special Populations, describes his...

  • NIH, industry and non-profits join forces to speed validation of disease targets
    February 4, 2014

    The National Institutes of Health, 10 biopharmaceutical companies and several nonprofit organizations today launched an unprecedented partnership to transform the current model for identifying and validating the most promising biological targets of...

  • NIH highlights Alzheimer’s research progress
    February 4, 2014

    A new online report from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) highlights recent progress in NIH-supported Alzheimer’s disease research. Prepared annually by NIA, the latest report—2012-2013 Alzheimer’s Disease Progress Report:...

  • Rare genetic variants may double risk for Alzheimer’s disease
    January 30, 2014

    Scientists have identified several rare but influential variants in a gene not previously linked to Alzheimer’s that may double the risk for the disease in people who carry the gene. The results of the study, led by researchers at Washington...

  • First technical assistance webinar, March 6: "Options for New Investigators"
    January 30, 2014

    "Options for New Investigators: Grant Mechanisms," the first in a series of Technical Assistance Webinars sponsored by the NIA Office of Special Populations was Thursday, March 6, 2014 from 10:00-11:00 a.m. EST. The purpose of this...

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