The Healthy Aging at Tufts Priority Research Cluster is pleased to offer a Pilot Grant Program annually. We welcome aging-related research applications from all disciplines. Priority will be given to applicants that foster interdisciplinary research and/or propose approaches from investigators to collaborate and who have not traditionally conducted research in the area of aging. Both junior and senior investigators are encouraged to apply.
The Healthy Aging at Tufts PRC is a collaborative initiative that spans all schools and centers at Tufts (including Tufts Medical Center) and was initiated to stimulate and foster a “Healthy Aging,” interdisciplinary collaborative research to study/improve/enhance healthy aging.
Healthy Aging at Tufts Pilot Grants- 2021-2022
See pilot grant awardees: Dr. Laura Corlin, Drs. Andrew Greenberg & Philip Haydon, and Dr. Christopher Wiley.
Healthy Aging at Tufts Pilot Grants – 2020-2021
See pilot grant awardees: Dr. Mitch McVey and Dr. Alexander Poltorak.
Healthy Aging at Tufts Pilot Grants- 2019-2020
See pilot grant awardees: Dr. Neelakshi Hudda, Dr. Joan Mecsas, and Dr. Giuseppina Tesco.