The Center for Improving Care Delivery for the Aging (CICADA) is a University of Pennsylvania program designed to train junior faculty members from underrepresented backgrounds in the interdisciplinary science of health services research as it applies to the most pressing issues of aging Americans. CICADA is one of a national network of 18 Resource Centers for Minority Aging Research (RCMAR) funded by the National Institute of Aging (NIA).
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Penn’s CICADA, the Center for Improving Care Delivery for the Aging, is Penn’s NIA-funded Resource Center for Minority Aging Research (RCMAR) focusing on advancing health services research (HSR). CICADA seeks to train emerging scientists from underrepresented backgrounds in the interdisciplinary science of HSR as it applies to the most pressing issues for older Americans, particularly minority older adults. Each year CICADA awards three 1-year pilot projects and provides CICADA RCMAR Scientists with additional career development support.
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