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All pre- and post-doctoral trainees, as well as junior faculty investigators conducting AIDS-related research at Duke are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract for poster presentation at the eleventh annual CFAR Fall Scientific Retreat.
Report urges stronger, more consistent state leadership to help end the AIDS epidemic in the United States
Creative and Novel Ideas in HIV Research Pilot Program
RFP available for 2016 awards
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Interception of host angiogenic signalling limits mycobacterial growth
Stefan H. Oehlers, Mark R. Cronan, Ninecia R. Scott, Monica I. Thomas, Kazuhide S. Okuda, Eric M. Walton, Rebecca W. Beerman, Philip S. Crosier, David M. Tobin
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)’s Avenir Award Program for Research on Substance Abuse and HIV/AIDS supports creative, early stage investigators who propose highly innovative studies for improved prevention and treatment of HIV within substance using populations who are infected with,
On Friday, February 20th, the SBS Core hosted a Chalk Talk. The theme of the event was “Strategies to Increase Opportunities for SBS Research in the Duke HIV Clinic.” Panelists included Dr. Jason Stout, Dr. Joe McClernon, Mr. Michael Stewart, and Mr. Gordon Lipscomb. Dr.
The Duke University Center for AIDS Research is pleased to announce a Request for Proposals for clinical, basic and social & behavioral science HIV/AIDS research for awards beginning June 2015.
On Wednesday, November 19, 2014, the Social and Behavioral Sciences Core hosted a networking lunch.