**HIV RESEARCH TRAINING FUNDS
AVAILABLE FOR JULY/AUGUST 2018**
We would like to announce the availability of NIH-funded T32 HIV Research Training Funds to Harvard University available beginning July/August 2018. 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 T.H. 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.
The application consists of 4 parts:
1. Application Form (attached)
2. Applicant statement of research plan. This should be 3 pages maximum excluding references, single spaced with 11 point Arial font and 1” margins.
a. Specific aims
c. Research design and methods
d. Career goals
3. Applicant CV
4. One letter of nomination from mentor
*Please follow these guidelines closely. *
All application materials should be e-mailed by PDF to:
All application materials are due by 5PM EST, Thursday, February 1, 2018.
Download Application Instructions