Help us answer the question: How can OHSU researchers best partner with clinicians and community to have the biggest impact on keeping older adults healthy?
We want to forge new collaborations that will enhance our work and push aging research to the next level. We want to collaborate with public health and policy colleagues to change our community and the health care industry to promote healthy aging. We need to encourage discovery, innovation, and implementation of best research evidence to insure that every single person in our community can age successfully. We need your support and engagement!
Training the next generation of scientists is a major goal of the Healthy Aging Alliance. Programs that focus on aging research are available for postdoctoral fellows, medical students, graduate students, high school teachers, and high school students.
The Department of Behavioral Neuroscience will be offered the 3-term Neuroscience of Aging series this upcoming academic year (Fall 2012, Winter 2013, and Spring 2013).
Neuroscience of Aging training program
Provides support for postdoctoral fellows, medical students, and graduate students
Partners in Science training program
Provides supports high school teachers
Apprenticeship in Science and Engineering training program
Provides support for high school students