Intramural Research Program, National Institute on Aging National Institute on AgingNational Institutes of Health
Welcome to the IRP
Overview and mission of the Intramural Research Program.
Offices, Laboratories and Services

Links to the individual organizations that make up NIA's
Intramural Research Program.


NIA IRP Factbook
Information about our research programs and investigators in
the latest NIA/IRP Fact Book now available in .pdf format.

Healthy Aging in Neighborhoods of Diversity across the Life Span
(HANDLS) - Research study of age-related health disparities in
Baltimore.


Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging
The BLSA - started in 1958 - America's longest running
scientific study of human aging.


Bioinformatics Portal : Starting point for all NIA IRP Bioinformatics
Programs and Platforms. These include the following:
- VENNTURE
- VENNPLEX
- Pancreas++
- Textrous!
- Plurigon

Biological Biochemical Image Database

Searchable database of images of putative biological
pathways, macromolecular structures, gene families,
and cellular relationships.


Mouse Genomics Project
Laboratory of Genetics mouse cDNA and t-complex
genome sequencing.


Our Founder - Dr. Shock
Nathan Wetherell Shock, Ph.D., the "father of gerontology."
His career spanned nearly half a century - 1941 to 1989.


Earl Stadtman Tenure Track Investigator Recruiting

The National Institutes of Health, the nation's premier agency for biomedical
and behavioral research, is pleased to announce a new call for top-tier
tenure-track candidates to become "NIH Earl Stadtman Investigators."
We have multiple positions to offer.
  Clinical Studies
Employment Opportunities
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