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Requests For Proposals (RFPs)

The OAIC is currently seeking junior faculty applications for Research Career Development support. Applications are due by March 15, 2014.  Please click here for ithe Request for Proposals (Adobe PDF) for detailed nformation on this funding opportunity.

The Johns Hopkins Older Americans Independence Center (OAIC) solicits proposals to support of scientific projects and junior investigators in research on frailty in aging. The OAIC is a Johns Hopkins-wide Center, funded by the National Institute on Aging's Center on Aging and Health, to support the development of research on the etiology of frailty as a basis for developing treatments or approaches to prevention of frailty in older adults.

Scientists with an interest in developing pilot projects in this area or with needs for support of biostatistical or genetic analyses of data related to frailty, as well as junior faculty seeking protected time to develop investigative careers in this field, are encouraged to apply for internal funding through the OAIC mechanisms.

Please click on the following RFP links for specific project and application information:

 For further information, please contact Brian Buta, OAIC Administrator at bbuta1@jhmi.edu, or the directors of each core program. 

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OAIC NEWS

Dr. Reyhan Westbrook, OAIC Postdoctoral Fellow, awarded 1st prize at the 7th Annual Research on Aging Showcase in the Bloomberg School of Public Health (More)

OAIC-led symposium presented at the 2014 International Conference on Frailty and Sarcopenia Research in Barcelona (More)

OAIC Investigators identify multiple genetic loci significantly associated with inflammatory markers in older adults (More)

Dr. Walston receives 2013 Glenn Award for Research in Biological Mechanisms of Aging (More)

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Announcements

Please click here to learn about our Pepper Scholars Program, a monthly collaborative initiative for supported investigators and all interested in ongoing aging research at the Johns Hopkins OAIC.

Please click here for more information about the Frailty Assessment Tool.

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