|Association for Gerontology in Higher Education||Faculty||12 subgrants|
|Brookdale Foundation||Faculty||4th - 9th years of post-doctoral work||Fellowship||$100,000 (2 yrs)|
|Geriatric Social Work Initiative||Faculty||Post-Docs, Faculty & Researchers||Fellowships|
|International Psychogeriatric Association||Faculty||Research in Alzheimer's Disease||$20,000|
|John A. Hartford Foundation||Faculty||Junior Social work faculty||Faculty Scholars & Doctoral Fellows|
|National Institutes of Health||Faculty||Grant||$100,000 (2 years)|
The National Institute on Aging encourages Small Research Grant (PA-11-264), R03 applications from institutions or organizations that propose to conduct research in the behavioral and social sciences on the consequences of natural and man-made disasters for the health and well-being of the elderly, with an ultimate goal of preventing or mitigating harmful consequences. Disasters include weather-related events, earthquakes, large-scale attacks on civilian populations, technological catastrophes or perceived catastrophes, and pandemics. Expires September 8, 2014.
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