[2019 cycle is now CLOSED]
Three postdoctoral positions are available on an NIA funded Institutional Research Training Grant titled, “Harvard Translational Research in Aging Training Program”. Funding is for two years and should begin sometime between May 1 and September 1, 2019.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
This funding supports salary, mentored research activities, coursework, and seminars. Trainees may also apply for loan forgiveness. Areas of research span basic science, clinical, and health care topics in aging and include:
Candidates are encouraged to submit a CV and Letter of Intent (1-2 pages) indicating their interest and whether they seek to be matched with a mentor by January 7, 2019. One email with the letter and CV should be sent to: T32IFAR@hsl.harvard.edu. All final applications require a mentor.
Successful applicants will have the opportunity to participate in the Harvard Translational Research in Aging Training Program, AARTSS.
Advanced Aging Research Training Seminar Series (AARTSS)
The main objective of AARTSS is to provide practical instruction to trainees conducting aging-related research at the Division of Gerontology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, the Harvard Multi-campus Geriatric Medicine fellowship program, the Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research at Hebrew SeniorLife (HSL), and throughout the Harvard Medical School community. Both faculty and participants represent a diversity of research areas that include biological, physiological, patient-oriented, and epidemiologic research. Thus, another goal of AARTSS is to provide a venue for cross-fertilization of ideas among investigators conducting aging-related research in various disciplines.
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