Third Coast CFAR goals include disseminating information about HIV research and and innovative HIV programs led by community partners. View previously funded Community Mini Awards.
Third Coast affiliate members from community not-for-profit organizations can request funds to support workshops, seminars, or small conferences where Third Coast CFAR (or other HIV-related) research can be disseminated to the community. Applicants must contact CFAR at least one month in advance of the application to coordinate CFAR participation in the event.
Creative mechanisms for disseminating research are invited. Applications should describe the contributions of key persons and the planned venue/format (physical or virtual) of the activity. Creative mechanisms for disseminating research and engaging the community in research are welcome.
A Third Coast affiliate member from a not-for-profit community organization will serve as the principal investigator, and collaborations are supported. All key personnel on the proposal should register for membership. Registration online is easy and membership is free.
All community-mini Awards are funded for one year, up to $2,000.
Applicants are encouraged to contact Justin Schmandt prior to submission of a proposal. He will advise on project and budget development, university and CFAR goals and policies that may apply, and can suggest CFAR faculty members who can provide collaboration, advice, or sponsorship for the proposal if needed.
- Short, one-page application completed online
- Click here to access the one-page application
Jenny Trinitapoli, PhD The University of Chicago
Developmental Core Director
Richard D’Aquila, MD, Northwestern University
Developmental Core Co-Director
Justin Schmandt, MPH, Northwestern University
CFAR Associate Director
To request information about Developmental Core awards and services, contact Justin Schmandt.