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Please join us for the Duke CFAR Chalk Talk entitled, HIV and Tobacco Use: New Findings, Existing Challenges and Emerging Opportunities, by Joe McClernon, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at Duke. This informal discussion w
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.
Each CFAR can submit ONE application. The Duke CFAR has an internal review process to submit the most competitive application, so if you are interested in submitting, please reply to this email with a few sentences on the topic.
In our continuing efforts to promote bringing established researchers into HIV research, the Duke CFAR is partnering with the School of Engineering with the CFAR – MEDx RFP.
On Wednesday, March 8, 2017 the CFAR External Advisory Committee will meet with the Duke CFAR leaders to review the progress of the Duke CFAR in accomplishing its overall goals.
The Duke HIV Community Advisory Board has announced their meeting schedule for 2017.
We are delighted to announce a call for applications for the Sustained Training in Aging and HIV Research (STAHR) Program.
The purpose of this funding mechanism is to promote aging research among the CFAR investigators and engage OAIC researchers in the field of HIV.
Two pilot grants will be awarded with funding up to $50,000 total costs.
In honor of World AIDS Day, the Duke CFAR held a special talk called “Reflections and History of HIV Research at Duke: A Conversation with the Duke CFAR Directors.” SBS Associate Core Director, Dr. Melissa Watt, facilitated the discussion with Dr. Kent Weinhold and Dr. John Bartlett.