The HU CFAR Human Immune System Mouse Core is initiating a new voucher program to make its services, which have significant associated expenses, more accessible to junior HU CFAR investigators who have yet to receive substantial grant funding. These vouchers will cover the costs of the humanized mice that we generate, the costs of performing experiments with them
The University of Washington Department of Global Health and the Center for AIDS and STD are accepting applications for the 25th Annual Principles of STD/HIV Research Course. The course will be held July 17-July 27, 2017 at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington.
Join us for 2 weeks of intensive cross-disciplinary training in STD and HIV research fundamentals. You will gain a practically-oriented overview of the latest in behavioral, clinical, epidemiologic, statistical,
Are you an early to mid-career HIV investigator or clinical scientist? Are you affiliated with or working in collaboration with an institution or university in a resource-limited country?
The International AIDS Society (IAS) invites you to apply for a fellowship to attend an interactive three-day workshop in South Africa on state-of-the-art HIV cure research, led by Nobel Laureate Françoise Barré-Sinoussi. The Academy will award fellowships to 25-30 outstanding applicants to attend this workshop, with full travel support to
The purpose of this RFP is to encourage collaboration among investigators and the ATN by providing funding support for scientifically meritorious research projects that address the research objectives of the ATN in order to augment the research areas of the ATN’s U19 Program projects already in
A Consortium of Harvard University, Boston University, Northwestern University, and University of New Mexico
Announcing a new, one-year NIH-funded opportunity for early-career investigatorsinterested in working in low-resource settings. The Harvard-BU-Northwestern-UNM Fogarty Partnership for Global Health Research Training provides supportive mentorship, research opportunities and a collaborative research environment
What: Pilot grants will be awarded with funding up to $50k in total costs. The HU CFAR will provide matching funds of $10k for up to 2 applications chosen for funding. The investigator(s) will need to be a Harvard University CFAR affiliated investigator.
National Survey on HIV in the Black Community (NSHBC) The goal of the NSHBC was to develop and administer a survey focused on the cultural, psychosocial, and structural factors that are driving the HIV epidemic amongst Black individuals in the United States. By focusing solely and comprehensively on Black individuals this survey allowed for a more nuanced understanding of the root causes of HIV within our target population. The new knowledge that will be created will better explain persistent disparities in the HIV epidemic in the US and directly inform interventions and
The same standard of medical care will be key in globally combatting the rise of drug resistant strains of HIV. Access to testing for signs of viral resistance, tailored ART regimens, and more expensive and less toxic drugs are just some of the treatment advantages in developed nations. In countries such as Kenya, Zambia, Uganda, Nigeria, Tanzania and South Africa, the alarming trend of drug resistance has nothing to do with efforts on the part of an HIV patient to adhere to medication regimens, but on other factors of access and instability.