**HIV RESEARCH TRAINING FUNDS**
We would like to announce the availability of NIH-funded T32 HIV Research Training Funds to Harvard University available beginning July/August 2017. The goal of the program is to train both MD and PhD investigators for careers in HIV research. Potential areas of investigation include all areas of HIV/AIDS research, ranging from the laboratory to the clinic, including epidemiology, outcomes, implementation, and health policy studies. Funding is available from two Harvard T32 grants, one focused primarily on laboratory-based studies (P.I. Dr. Daniel Kuritzkes) and the other on clinical research including clinical epidemiology and outcomes research (P.I. Dr. Kenneth Freedberg). This funding is available to post-doctoral fellows (MD or PhD) on both grants; pre-doctoral PhD candidates are also eligible for Dr. Freedberg’s grant. Both training grants cover salary or stipend, travel to professional meetings, and other training-related expenses. Tuition for the Program in Clinical Effectiveness at Harvard Chan School of Public Health or PhD coursework may be covered for some fellows. Applicants must be nominated by a mentor who is an independently-funded investigator. Funding on Dr. Freedberg’s grant is dependent on successful renewal of the grant this year.
Applications are Due: Wednesday February 1st, 2017