NIH GUIDE, Volume 21, Number 23, June 26, 1992

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  Grants Administration/Policy+ 

National Institute on Aging

As part of a continuing effort to build and sustain a broad program of

research on diseases of older persons and the underlying

pathophysiologies, the Geriatrics Program (GP) of the National

Institute on Aging encourages investigators to submit applications that

propose moderate budgets and durations.  GP staff continues to

encourage research on aging and physical function and performance,

endocrinology, osteoporosis, arthritis, cardiovascular issues,

nutrition, metabolism, and related aging research areas.  Studies on

etiology and pathophysiology of age-related disorders, as well as

clinical studies, are encouraged.


GP staff can supply more information about this notice and about the

ongoing program initiatives.

Written inquiries may be addressed to:

Geriatrics Program

National Institute on Aging

Gateway Building, Suite 3E327

Bethesda, MD  20892

Telephone inquiries may be made to Ms. Vivian Williams, telephone (301)

496-6761, who will direct the inquiries to the appropriate staff



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