Other Career Development and Pilot project Funding Opportunities Relevant to HIV-Aging Research


Paul B Beeson Emerging Leaders Career Development Award in Aging (K76)

Clinically trained (primarily physician) early-stage investigators who have begun to establish research careers and have shown signs of leadership potential.

NIA Helpful information on AFAR website: https://www.afar.org/grants/beeson NIH Link: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-AG-21-020.html

The Dorothy Dillon Eweson Lecture Series

Provides support to encourage investigators in the field of aging research to present findings at an annual scientific or medical specialty association meeting where aging-related research is not the primary focus.

AFAR Deadline: Rolling


Antiretroviral Discovery, Evaluation and Application Research (ADEAR) Training Program

Post-doctoral training program in basic, translational, and clinical science in HIV. Training provided by University of Colorado (at Aurora, Boulder or Denver), Colorado State University and Denver University. Areas of research cover a wide range of HIV research areas including: basic virology, drug development, behavioral interventions, aging and comorbidities, models of care, and issues related to resource-limited settings. Please see the brochure and/or website for further details and how to apply.

Brochure ADEAR Website Deadline: Rolling

Medical Student Training in Aging Research (MSTAR) Program

This is an 8-12 week NIA National Training Center (NTC) provided program for MD or OD students who have completed at least one year of medical school by June 2021 to provide an Aging Research experience.

More information Deadline: Contact the NTC directly

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