Shopping Basket 0
Human Kinetics Publishers, Inc.


Community Centers

Grants available for transdisciplinary research on fatigue and fatigability in aging

The National Institutes of Health seeks research grant applications on fatigue and fatigability in aging. This opportunity will promote research studies employing transdisciplinary approaches that could lead to increased understanding of mechanisms contributing to, assessment of, or potential interventions for increased fatigue or fatigability in older persons. Both animal models and humans are appropriate for study. Organizations eligible to apply include public- or state-controlled and private institutions of higher education, nonprofits, governments, and other entities.

Awards issued are contingent upon the availability of funds and the submission of a sufficient number of meritorious applications. The total project period may not exceed five years.

Applications will be accepted throughout the year until May 7, 2011. For more information, go to

Share Facebook Reddit LinkedIn Twitter


Print Save to favorites

Articles and Links

The National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health, seeks research grant applications from institutions and organizations that propose translational research in the overlapping areas of human aging and cancer.
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke seeks applications from institutions and organizations that propose to find brain mechanisms to improve and develop new approaches to functional recovery after stroke.

Get the latest news, special offers, and updates on authors and products. SIGN UP NOW!

Human Kinetics Rewards

About Our Products

Book Excerpts


News and Articles

About Us

Career Opportunities


Business to Business

Author Center

HK Today Newsletter


Exam/Desk Copies

Language rights translation

Associate Program

Rights and Permissions





Certifying Organizations

Continuing Education Policies

Connect with Us

YouTube Tumblr Pinterest

Terms & Conditions


Privacy Policy


Safe Harbor