The National Institute on Aging-funded Stress Measurement Network, in collaboration with Gateway to Global Aging Data has recently completed the harmonization of psychosocial stress variables across nine longitudinal studies on aging from around the world.
To foster the utilization of this rich resource, the Stress Measurement Network will support five exemplar projects that examine cross-national relationships between stress and aging with mentorship from senior faculty, priority access to the harmonized data and the lead data programmer, statistical consulting, and an honorarium of $2,500.
Applicants must be early career researchers. Graduate students and post-docs funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) or other fellowships are not eligible to be the primary PI though may apply in collaboration with a mentor. Preference will be given to applicants with prior experience analyzing cross-national datasets. Two-page proposals (excluding references) will be accepted until February 21, 2020.