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Northwestern University Professor and TC CFAR Director Brian Mustanski, PhD, has been appointed to the Advisory Committee to the Director of National Institutes of Health (NIH), Dr. Monica Bertagnolli.
The Third Coast Center for AIDS Research is excited to solicit nominations for topics for a new Scientific Working Group (SWG).
HIV and Substance Use Disorder Are Syndemics That Disproportionally Affect Black Americans. Jessica Ridgway and Neda Laiteerapong Strive to Change This.
Jessica Ridgway, MD, MS, and Neda Laiteerapong, MD, MS, received a research grant through the NIDA Racial Equity Initiative to study health inequity in substance use disorder screening and treatment among Black people living with HIV.
The Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, in collaboration with the UCSF-Bay Area Center for AIDS Research (CFAR), is now accepting applications for the Visiting Professor Program in summer 2024.
CDC Issues New Grant Opportunity: Understanding Infant Feeding Practices and Outcomes for Mothers and Other Parents with HIV in the US
The deadline to submit applications is Feb. 8, 2024.
The HIV Vaccine Trials Network is now accepting applications for Research and Mentorship Program (RAMP) scholar grants for BIPOC medical students. The deadline to apply is Jan. 2, 2024.
Elaine Seaton, MS, executive director of Casa Esperanza Project, reflects on her familial experiences and work with people living with HIV/AIDS, as her organization hosts its first annual World AIDS Day event on Dec. 4.
Northwestern University Assistant Professor Judd Hultquist, PhD, was recently awarded an R21 grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to study new molecular probes for understanding HIV latency and for developing next-generation curative strategies.
Kathryn Macapagal, PhD; Elena Martinelli, PhD; Michael Newcomb, PhD; and Russell Brewer, DrPH; are new leaders of the Third Coast CFAR's Developmental and BSIS Cores, respectively.