Faculty may apply for full membership and non-faculty and trainees may apply for associate membership. Applicants must:
- Express an interest in geriatrics/gerontology.
- Make routine intellectual contributions to the field of geriatrics/gerontology.
- Affirm the vision and mission of the Consortium on Aging.
What are the benefits of membership?
- Access to the resources available within the Consortium on Aging.
- Networking opportunities with others interested in aging-related care, education, and research.
- Announcements about local and national aging-related grant opportunities, conferences, and seminars.
- Grant proposals and academic pursuits strengthened by an affiliation with the Consortium on Aging and its interdisciplinary teamwork and collaboration.
- Opportunities to apply for pilot grants for interdisciplinary research in geriatrics/gerontology.
To apply for membership, please submit:
Your Curriculum Vitae
A letter of approval signed by your chair (see sample letter)
A brief email or letter describing your interest in and intellectual contributions to the field of geriatrics/gerontology
Submit these documents electronically to:James.Booker@uth.tmc.edu
or by mail to:James Booker, Administrative Director
Consortium on Aging
7000 Fannin, UCT 850
Houston, TX 77030