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  • Translational Research in Aging: Pre Doctoral Short-TermOpportunities

    Translational Research in Aging Training Program Short Term Predoctoral
    Training Slots

    The Harvard-Wide Translational Research in Aging Training Program
    provides several funded short-term (8-12 weeks) research opportunities
    (clinical and basic science) for pre-doctoral candidates (M.D. and / or
    Ph.D.). A stipend is provided through a National Institute on Aging
    Training grant.

    The specific area of research may relate to any field encompassed
    within the biomedical / healthcare framework, but must address some
    aspect of aging. Candidates may choose their mentor or request to be
    matched with a mentor from our list of participating mentors.

    Successful applicants must engage in 8-12 consecutive weeks of research.
    This requirement makes summer research the most desirable for the
    majority of applicants. Those choosing to engage in research during the
    summer will also have the opportunity to participate in the Boston
    Geriatrics Research Scholars didactic program.

    Interested candidates please send the following to Dr. Konstantin
    Khrapko (khrapko@hms.harvard.edu) and Kathryn Irvine Tasker
    (kathryn_irvine@hms.harvard.edu) no later then 3/1/2008. Funding can
    begin 5/1/2008.

    Application Materials
    1. Curriculum Vitae
    2. A 1-2 page description of the project that you will be working on
    3. A signed letter of support from your mentor


    Examples of participating mentors' fields of interest:

    Mechanisms of Falls, Syncope, and Hypotension,
    Epidemiology of Falls and Foot Disorders,
    Dynamics of Gait and Balance,
    Dynamic Foot Pressures and Kinesiology,
    Regulation of Cerebral Blood Flow,
    Pathobiology of Neurodegenerative Disorders,
    Risks and Outcomes of Delirium and Dementia,
    Palliative Care,
    Genetic Epidemiology of Osteoporosis,
    Dietary Influences on Bone Health,
    Skeletal Imaging,
    Mitochondrial Mutations in aging

    Please contact Dr. Khrapko or Ms. Tasker if you have any questions or help identifying a mentor.

    Hyun Gu Kang, PhD
    Post-doctoral Fellow in Medicine
    Research Assistant Scientist
    Institute for Aging Research, Hebrew Seniorlife
    1200 Centre St, Boston MA 02131

    Phone: +1-617-363-8487
    Fax: +1-617-363-8936
    hyungukang hrca,harvard,edu


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