Mark your calendar for the 12th Annual Duke Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) Fall Scientific Retreat, Wednesday, September 14, 2016; 8AM – 4PM in the Great Hall of the Trent Semans Center.
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Please see below for a few new RFAs from NICHD on STI-Co-infection and HIV infected adolescents and young adults for both R21 and R01.
Do you have an HIV/AIDS research project that could benefit from having a full-time statistics graduate student work on over the summer, and are you willing to co-mentor the student with a faculty statistician?
Dr. Jack Stapleton, Professor of Infectious Diseases, Internal Medicine & Microbiology at the University of Iowa.
"Identification of new mechanisms used by RNA viruses to modulate T cell activation"
The Overbaugh lab has a long-standing interest in understanding the mechanisms of HIV-1 transmission and pathogenesis.
HIV can defeat efforts to cripple it with CRISPR gene-editing technology, researchers say. And the very act of editing — involving snipping at the virus’s genome — may introduce mutations that help it to resist attack.
CFAR Small Grant Request for Proposals April 2016
Bronwyn Myers of the South African Medical Research Council will be speaking on TOWARDS NARROWING THE TREATMENT GAP FOR SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS IN CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA
CFAR Member Lance Okeke is representing Duke with his project, Defining HIV Transmitted Drug Resistance Trends in North Carolina with Phylogenetics