Trainee Inca working in lab.
Dr. Anderson and two trainees discuss images on computer in lab.
Dr. Puglielli discusses science with his lab.


The Biology of Aging and Age-Related Diseases Training Grant, which began in 1991, is funded by the National Institute on Aging at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and is administered and supported by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Medicine, Division of Geriatrics.

The NIH provides institutional and individual training grants as its primary way of supporting graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in research training. Its objective is to ensure the U.S. will continue to have well-trained scientists, who are prepared to conduct cutting-edge research.

The main goal of the Biology of Aging and Age-Related Diseases Training Grant is to prepare individuals from a wide variety of disciplines and diverse backgrounds to conduct research in the basic biology of aging and age-related diseases.

There are 5 predoctoral and 4 postdoctoral slots on this grant. Trainees work with distinguished faculty from various departments across campus, including Biochemistry, Cell & Regenerative Biology, Comparative Biosciences, Genetics, Geriatrics, Mechanical Engineering, Medicine, Nutritional Sciences, and more.

We are currently looking for a post-doc to join the program!


Please see flyer for details.