Research Partnership in Cognitive Aging
Public-private effort between the McKnight Brain Research Foundation
and the National Institute on Aging. Coordinated by the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health
About the Partnership
The Research Partnership in Cognitive Aging aimed to support current and emerging research on age-related changes in the brain influencing cognition and memory loss associated with normal aging. Launched in 2009, the partnership funded 17 research grants with a total of $28 million over five years. The research aimed to improve our understanding of how people think, learn and remember with age, and develop interventions to maintain cognitive health as people grow older.
We recently renewed this longstanding research partnership with the NIA through the Foundation for NIH for a third five-year cycle. Learn more about the new grant opportunity titled “Network for Identification, Evaluation and Tracking of Older Persons with Superior Cognitive Performance for their Chronological Age” here.
Launched in 2009
Funded 17 research grants
Funded $28 million in grants
Advocating for new research helps us understand age-related cognitive decline and memory loss to help people like you age successfully.