DC CFAR Fall 2016 Pilot Award Recipients

Pilot Awards Fall 2016
January 11, 2017
The DC CFAR would like to congratulate the recipients of the DC CFAR Pilot Awards Program for the Fall 2016 cycle!
The DC CFAR Pilot Awards Program is a competitive program that provides pilot funds to HIV/AIDS investigators to assist them in the development of their NIH-funded research careers. This program is designed to encourage new and novel research by early stage investigators and established investigators in other fields who wish to transition into HIV/AIDS research. 

Please join us in congratulating our award recipients in their HIV research achievements:

Jeffrey Bethony, MD, PhD: "Lymph Node Fine Needle Aspiration: Feasibility for HIV Vaccine Trials

Sarah Calabrese, PhD: "Optimizing PrEP Social Marketing to Black MSM in DC to Raise Awareness and Uptake"

Marina Jerebtsova, PhD: "Impaired Pulmonary Macrophage Migration in HIV-Tg Mouse Model of Lung Injury"

Leah Squires, PhD: "Assessing Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) among Men w/at risk for HIV"

Raymond Scott Turner, PhD: "Alzheimer's Disease Phenotypes in Older HIV+ Adults: A Multimodal Imaging Study"

To learn more about the Research Awards Program, please click here