On Wednesday, November 19, 2014, the Social and Behavioral Sciences Core hosted a networking lunch.
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The Analytical Flow Cytometry Component of the Duke CFAR Immunology Core recently purchased a new BD Special Order Research Product (SORP) LSRFortessa.
The inter-CFAR CIG is a collaborative project, open to participation, that is designed to promote the overall CFAR mission by synergistically enhancing and coordinating high quality AIDS research projects.
Many groups have found that data analysis alone results in high variation in flow cytometry data.
The UCLA HIV-AIDS, Substance Abuse, and Trauma Training Program (HA-STTP) is a collaboration between UCLA’s Center for Culture, Trauma and Mental Health Disparities, the UCLA AIDS Institute, and the UCLA Center for HIV Identification, Prevention and Treatment Services. This two-year fellowship program aims to provide training to early career investigators to enhance their capacity to submit and receive NIMH grant funding.
On October 2-3, 2014, the CFAR conference on aging took place in Atlanta, GA. The theme of the conference was “HIV & Aging: From Mitochondria to the Metropolis.” The conference aimed to bring together both experts and new investigators in an effort to advance science and clinical care for the growing population of aging HIV-positive adults. Highlights of the conference included a preconference mentoring workshop, a poster session and cocktail reception to explore translational science surrounding HIV and aging, and several plenary and break-out sessions.
CFAR Small Grant RFP Fall 2014
Due Date: Monday, September 22, 2014, 5:00 PM
Please see the Funding page for more details
Pre-conference Mentoring Workshop applications are due Friday, August 15.
Please see this PDF for details.
The Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Network (SBSRN) is a collaborative network that links investigators from 21 CFARs. The SBSRN meets annually to foster cross CFAR collaborations between behavioral and social scientists.