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IOA Educational Programs at the UW-Madison

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Undergraduate Specialist in Gerontology Certificate

    Certificate Requirements (PDF Format)

    Notice about timeline for completing the certificate:

    • We are no longer accepting new students into our certificate program.
    • Students who are currently registered/e-declared for the certificate will have until the end of Spring semester 2020 to complete their certificate requirements.
    • The program will be discontinued thereafter.


Biology of Aging & Age Related Diseases Training Grant

The Biology of Aging and Age-Related Diseases Training Grant program, which began in 1990, is funded through a grant from the National Institute on Aging. Its main goal is to train pre-and post doctorate individuals from a wide variety of disciplines and diverse backgrounds to conduct biology of aging research. Trainees are mentored by faculty from various departments at the UW-Madison, while conducting research in their labs. For more details, see the Training Grant website.

For more information about the above programs, contact:

Todd Forsythe
Department Administrator
(608) 263-6404

1300 University Avenue
2245 MSC
Madison, WI 53706
PH: 608.262.1818
FAX: 608.263.6211