Pilot Projects / Visiting Scholar / PGDA Fellowship / Travel Funding / NIH Funding
The Program on the Global Demography of Aging
(PGDA) offers several funding opportunities for Harvard affiliated
professors who are conducting research on themes related to aging
and health. PGDA encourages
research with a central focus on the developing world. Click on the Pilot Projects page to submit a Pilot Project.
Part of the PGDA grant supports the position
of Visiting Scholar. PGDA reimburses travel expenses for scholars who are interested in collaborating with Harvard faculty on research related to aging.
The Yerby Post Doctorate Fellowship, sponsored by the Harvard School of Public Health, seeks minority scientists to be successful public health academics. The program engages fellows in exceptional professional development
opportunities focusing primarily on advancing fellows' research under the
mentorship of experienced faculty members within the school. Students interested in undertaking study in aging and
demography are encouraged to seek Professors David Bloom and David Canning as
mentors. Please note, PGDA is not sponsoring this fellowship.
If you are interested in funding opportunies by the NIH, click here.