Announcing the formation of the new The Inter-CFAR Transgender Health Working Group
The goal of the Inter-CFAR Transgender Health Working Group is to bring together researchers and communities across the CFARs working to promote the health and well-being of transgender communities.
The pooled knowledge and resources of the group support the following working group pillars: 1) advancing the science; 2) supporting community empowerment and collaboration; and 3) developing and strengthening networks.
Membership is available to all investigators at CFAR...
Dr. James Billingsley shared a presentation recently to highlight the Bioinformatics support available through the HU CFAR Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Core. Did you know Harvard affiliated HIV researchers can access free grant support, Exp. design, power analyses, help with budgets, biosketches, letters of support, manuscript review.
Early Career Investigators automatically qualify for 10 free hours of analysis.
The BSL-3 laboratory’s expanded capabilities to support virology work was provided through a generous gift from Mark and Lisa Schwartz, long-time supporters of the Ragon Institute. Through this gift, the BSL-3 was able to undergo upgrades that allow researchers throughout the Institute and across CFAR to safely research viral pathogens that affect the lives of millions of people across the globe.
As you may be aware, the Cross-Network TB Vaccine Working Group (TB Vaccine WG) Leadership are in the process of planning a multiday virtual meeting to develop a TB vaccine roadmap research for people living with HIV (PLWHIV), which will outline the current TB vaccine landscape and determine where TB vaccine research is headed. The meeting will be held in partnership with NIH/DAIDS. Attendees will include representatives from various organizations including members of the Cross-Network TB Vaccine Working Group, representatives from the WHO, stringent and local regulators (FDA, EMA...