Registration is now open to attend the 2nd National Meeting for Research and Community Collaboration towards “Ending the HIV Epidemic in the US” in Birmingham, AL on Sept 15th, 2022. The meeting will highlight lessons learned and generalizable findings from previous EHE-focused studies.
On behalf of inter-CFAR Implementation Science Working Group and the Mid-Atlantic CFAR Implementation Science Hub, we are welcoming applications for an NIH-funded training opportunity in implementation science (IS) for early stage investigators (ESIs) engaging in HIV-related research. Since its inaugural class of 2019-2020, the fellowship has engaged 81 fellows in the program. This year’s Implementation Science Fellows will be selected across the CFAR network, HBCUs and U.S.
Abstract deadline 7/22: The International Workshop on HIV & Aging 2022, Virtual, October 13 and 14, 2022
The International Workshop on HIV & Aging 2022 will be virtual on October 13 and 14, 2022.
Abstract submission is open now through Friday, July 22 at 23:59 EDT. Accepted abstracts are eligible for free or reduced registration. Please let us know of any submissions so that we are able to track the information for the CFARs.
As the nation recognizes Pride Month this June, the Duke CFAR re-affirms our commitment to celebrating and supporting the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) community in our day-to-day lives, our interactions with colleagues, patients, and community, and throughout our research mission.
The Duke CFAR is eligible to submit a total of FIVE applications for Topics 1-5 (see below). Please let us know asap if you are interested in submitting an application in response to this administrative supplement opportunity. NIH due date is April 4, 2022. Please see this PDF for the full announcement.