News and Events
2008 Pilot Grant Program Call for Proposals
We are pleased to announce the call for proposals for the Center's 2008 pilot grant program. The application deadline is May 1, 2008. The complete request for proposals with detailed application information may be downloaded from the Center's home page, http://aging.utah.edu
The Center on Aging sponsors an annual pilot grant program to promote the development
of aging research at the University of Utah. The goal of this program is to encourage
the development of new investigators, attract established investigators to aging research
and stimulate interdisciplinary research collaborations ultimately leading to new
externally funded research.
The Steering Committee and I are hoping to receive many high quality applications representing the full spectrum of the Center's disciplinary backgrounds. Please make this funding announcement available to all faculty within your own departments and encourage interested faculty to submit an application.
Center on Aging Research Retreat February 28 and 29, 2008
More Poster Presentations are Requested
Based on the responses received to date, we will be able to accommodate additional
poster presentations during the retreat. We hope to have a large number of posters
spanning all areas of aging research being conducted by Center members and their trainees.
Detailed instructions are posted on the Center's web site. Please reserve your space
for the poster session by sending – as soon as possible – the following information
to Louise Tonin (email@example.com):
• Names of author/co-authors
• Title of your poster presentation
Please plan on attending the retreat
The itinerary for the retreat events is available at Schedule of Events
Please post this flyer and encourage the attendance of interested faculty and students from your department.
We look forward to seeing you at the retreat. Be certain to pick up a newly created Center on Aging coffee mug or water bottle while you are there!
About our logo: The bristlecone pine tree (Pinus longaeva) the earth's oldest inhabitant with a life span of 4,000 years is found only in Utah and five other western states. Its extraordinary longevity and ability to adapt and survive in extremely harsh environmental conditions above 10,000 feet embodies the investigative spirit and mission of the Utah Center on Aging.
Mark A. Supiano, MD
Executive Director - Center on Aging