Center For AIDS Research

March 09, 2016: Special Edition

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Special Edition: March 9, 2016
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Thursday, March 17, 8:00am - 4:45pm

HIV/AIDS in the Southeast: A Workshop to Address the Southern Epidemic
    Research

Registration is closed but the workshop may be live streamed

Schedule
Information on live streaming

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Research     NIH CFAR Funding Opportunity:

The NIH is currently accepting supplement applications from CFARs in the following scientific areas:

Scientific Area #1:
Tracking HIV Transmission Phylodynamics: Leveraging Collaborations with Public Health Departments and Others to Research Methods to Analyze Phylogenetic Data in Close to Real-Time

Scientific Area #2:
HIV and Host Factor Targets for Structural Research

Scientific Area #3:
Advancing PrEP Delivery

Scientific Area #4:
Rapid HIV Treatment Initiation: Implementation Models, Uptake, and HIV Care Continuum Outcomes

Scientific Area #5:
Drug-Drug Interactions in the Context of Antiretroviral Treatment and HIV Co-infections and Comorbidities

More Information:
Click here to download a copy of the CFAR supplement announcement.

The Fine Print:
• Applications must align with the NIH HIV/AIDS research priorities (NOT-OD-15-137)
• The CFAR may only submit one application per project area to NIH.
• We will use an internal review process to select which pre-proposals go forward for development into full supplement applications

Eligibility:
Project directors must be early stage*, NIH New Investigators or established investigators in non-HIV fields who have never received an R01 in HIV/AIDS (Post-docs are not eligible for this announcement).

*Investigators who are not considered an NIH ESI because they fall outside the 10 year limit and have NOT received any NIH HIV/AIDS research funding may be considered for this opportunity on a case-by-case basis.

Current mentored K awardees can provide complementary effort on the CFAR without salary within their remaining 25% effort. The mentored CDA must also maintain the 75% on the K. K awardees should consult with their program officer on the K to make sure they will allow this exception. Please see below for grants policy statement.

Post-docs are not eligible for this announcement.

Project Period:
Funding will be for one year
The earliest anticipated start date is 6/30/16 but may be delayed due to administrative issues

Deadlines:
one page pre-proposal: Monday, April 4, 2016 -- Submit pre-proposals to Dr. Kimbi Hagen
Full application (by invitation from the CFAR): Monday, May 23, 2016

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The Network News is a periodic email, detailing HIV/AIDS related events, funding opportunities, and achievements of CFAR members. If you have items that you wish to have included, please send them to us at cfar@emory.edu by Friday of each week. Please put "The Network News" in the subject line.

The Network News is distributed to CFAR members and fans by email every Tuesday. Except when it isn't.

Editor, Kimberley (Kimbi) Sessions Hagen, EdD

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