The Human Aging Project facilitates training and career development efforts for faculty, staff, students and research fellows through its Gerotech Incubator Program as well as its HAP Scholars initiatives. It also provides access to the Translational Aging Research Training Program, a NIH-sponsored training grant for post-doctoral fellows. This program provides aging-focused training that ranges from basic biology and engineering discovery to clinical translation and clinical trials training. It also provides access to robust interdisciplinary and translational focused aging research infrastructure and collaborative research opportunities with faculty at Johns Hopkins. The Translational Aging Research Training Program ultimately aims to support trainees in fostering careers that utilize clinical translational approaches to improve the health and well-being of older adults, and to develop a new generation of interdisciplinary translational aging research experts. Learn more here.
Access to additional post-doctoral training opportunities can be accessed:
- Research Training In Age-Related Cognitive Disorders
- Epidemiology and Biostatistics of Aging
- Health Services And Outcomes Research For Aging Populations