Applications open for HIV Research Training

The Harvard University Center for AIDS Research announces a call for applications for two NIH-funded Harvard research training grants, one focused on HIV/AIDS laboratory-based research, led by Dr. Daniel Kuritzkes, and one focused on HIV/AIDS clinical research, led by Dr. Kenneth Freedberg. The program trains individuals for careers in HIV research. Potential study areas include epidemiology, outcomes, implementation, and health policy. Funding is available to post-doctoral fellows (MD or PhD) on both grants, and also pre-doctoral PhD candidates on the clinical research grant. Applicants must be nominated by a mentor who is an independently-funded researcher. Applications are due by 5PM EST on February 1, 2018.

Learn more: More information on the T32 HIV research training funds
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