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NBER Fellowships in Aging and Health Research
The NBER sponsors pre-doctoral and post-doctoral fellowships in aging research, funded by the National Institute on Aging. Fellows participate in intensive research on the economics of aging and health, and interact with a large network of other economics scholars working on aging-related research through the NBER's Program on Aging.
NBER encourages applications from individuals from under-represented racial and ethnic groups; individuals with disabilities; and/or individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Applicants must be US Citizens or permanent residents at the start of the fellowship. This includes noncitizen nationals of the United States. Applicants with a student or other temporary visa are not eligible for this fellowship.
Applications are accepted each Fall for post-doctoral fellowships beginning in July or September. The fellowship announcement and application instructions are posted in early October.
Applications are accepted each Spring for one-year fellowships beginning in July or September. The fellowship announcement and application instructions are posted in early April.
Post-Doctoral Fellowships on Disability Policy Research
Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program on the Economics of an Aging Workforce
Post-Doctoral Fellows in Aging and Health Economics
Angela Kilby, MIT PhD 2016
Corina Mommaerts, Yale University PhD 2016
David Silver, UC Berkeley PhD 2016
Post-Doctoral Fellows in Economics of an Aging Workforce
Wei Huang, Harvard PhD 2016
Alice Zulkarnain, Research Economist at the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College
Pre-Doctoral Fellows in Aging and Health Research
Alex Bell, Harvard (Economics)
Peter Hull, MIT (Economics)
Jennifer Kao, Harvard (Public Policy)
Jessica Laird, Harvard (Economics)
Pascal Noel, Harvard (Economics)
Bryan Perry, MIT (Economics)
Karen Stockley, Harvard (Economics)
Morgan Williams, CUNY Graduate Center (Economics)