The Epidemiology and Outcomes Program began in May 2003 and currently tackles a variety of research areas that intersect with other HU CFAR research initiatives including:
- HIV testing
- Presentation to care
- Predictors of disease outcomes
- Quality of life.
Domestic and International Collaboration: Synergy and overlap with HU CFAR cores and programs while connecting investigators to the services of the Biostatistics and Clinical Cores, as well as co-organizing meetings with the International and Behavioral and Social Science Programs.
NIH Collaboration: SWG member participation at the national level in NIAID-funded trial networks, including IMPAACT, HPTN and continued involvement with ACTG as well as in national CFAR working groups.
Mentoring: Ongoing grant reviews for faculty submitting Epidemiology and Outcomes related proposals and participation in the K-award mock reviews for junior investigators.