About Our Program
The Biology of Aging and Age-Related Disease T32 NIH/NIA training program is led by Sanjay Asthana, MD, and Rozalyn Anderson, PhD (left).
The program and expert mentoring team covers the spectrum of aging research, from basic mechanisms of aging to biology of age-related disease, and translational studies of preventive interventions and clinical application.
We provide funding support, travel stipends, and didactic training to 5 predoctoral and 4 postdoctoral trainees planning to pursue academic research careers focused on biology of aging.
Above, a diagram of how the T32 Training Program aligns with the overall structure of the department and University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
Pre- and postdoctoral slots open annually on the T32, so please reach out to Sara Seton if you are interested in the program.