Program in International HIV Research

MUST Center of Excellence Rendering

The International Program was established in 2004 to connect investigators doing international HIV research. All investigators working internationally are invited to share in the resource support offered through this program.  Harvard and HU CFAR support a broad number of research projects and initiatives.

Goals

Clinical Specimen Access: A repository is available to access domestic and international research specimens for CFAR investigators in conjunction with the CFAR Clinical Core.

Mentoring: International Program NIH mock peer review process for international HIV behavioral sciences and biological sciences/pathogenesis research.

Education and Training: Continued sponsorship and organization of workshops, seminars, and educational activities on topics related to international HIV research, such as the KRITH Biostatistics Course in Durban, South Africa.

Research Collaboration: Bring together faculty working internationally to share resources across platforms such as:

Links to sites across Harvard with international HIV research projects funded by the HU CFAR Developmental Core.  (All Harvard affiliates are encouraged to submit applications)