Research Training Opportunities

Individuals seeking to expand their aging research training may do so through a variety of elective, advanced research training and educational opportunities on campus.


American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) Glenn Foundation Training Grant

Center for Health and the Social Sciences (CHeSS) sponsored TL1 Postdoctoral Program in Clinical Research and Medical Informatics

Clinical Informatics Fellowship

Clinical Therapeutics (T32)

Delivery System Science Fellowship and HERE

Health and Aging Policy Fellowship

MD/PhD Program in Medicine, the Social Sciences and Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias

NIA T32 Demography and Economics of Aging Program

Primary care Investigators Training in Chronic disease & Health disparities (PITCH) Fellowship (T32) Contact Neda Laiteerapong and Morgan Ealey

The University of Chicago and Northwestern University (UCANU) Health Services Research Training Program (T32)

Megan Huisingh-Scheetz, MD MPH receives the 2019 Leif B. Sorensen Faculty Research Award. This award recognizes University of Chicago Department of Medicine faculty who are “rising stars” in the conduct of translational research.

Geriatrics fellow, Emily Escue, MD (alumni), presenting her poster at the American Geriatrics Society Annual Conference.

Lauren Gleason, MD MPH together with research collaborator Tess Hogan, MD after receiving the “Best Poster” in the Clinical Research category at the 2019 DOM Janet Rowley Research Day for her project entitled, “Timed Up and Go Screening in the Emergency Department.”