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NIH Guide: MINORITY DISSERTATION RESEARCH GRANTS IN AGING

MINORITY DISSERTATION RESEARCH GRANTS IN AGING

NIH GUIDE, Volume 23, Number 6, February 11, 1994



RFA:  AG-94-004



P.T. 34, FF



Keywords:

  Aging/Gerontology 

  Biomedical Research, Multidiscipl 



National Institute on Aging



Application Receipt Date:  March 18, 1994



The following correction is issued for RFA AG-94-004, which was

published in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts, Vol. 23, No. 2,

January 14, 1994.



ELIGIBILITY



The applicant investigator applying for a dissertation research grant

must be a member of an ethnic or racial minority group enrolled in an

accredited doctoral degree program in the biomedical, social, or

behavioral sciences and must have approval of the dissertation topic

by a named dissertation committee or other formal group for that

purpose.  The student must also be conducting or intending to conduct

dissertation research on aging or problems related to aging.

Research topics should fit within one or more of the areas described

below for each individual program (see INQUIRIES).



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