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NIH Sponsored Advanced Training Course


Frontiers in Aging and
Regeneration Research:

Translating MSTEM in Aging Research from the Lab to the Clinic and Beyond

Atlanta, GA
Morehouse School of Medicine
May 11-16, 2014

Application Deadline: April 1, 2014

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Program Organizers:

  • Gerald P Schatten, PhD
    Pittsburgh Development Center

  • S. Michal Jazwinski, PhD
    Tulane University

Sponsored by:

  • National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging

  • Pittsburgh Development Center of Magee-Womens Research Institute
    at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Description:

FrARR 2013Frontiers in Aging and Regeneration Research (FrARR):  Translating MSTEM in Aging Research from the Lab to the Clinic and Beyond, trains and mentors promising junior and senior undergraduates from predominately under-represented communities in sophisticated aging research and regenerative medicine technologies, and encourages and supports them as they embark on graduate studies in MSTEM fields. 

This NIH sponsored course is designed for junior and senior undergraduates who seek to develop into independent scientists, physicians or Ph.D. investigators and are both passionate about research careers in aging and regeneration and well prepared to build on their existing skills in MSTEM

FrARR offers dynamic training courses and career advancement strategies that provide a fresh series of daily lecturers on emerging concepts, followed by extended discussions, laboratory research, technologically intense workshops and informal seminars over week-long periods.  These courses are offered at Xavier University of Louisiana, Morehouse School of Medicine and Meharry Medical College.

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