NIH T32 Training Grants – There are three HIV-focused T32 pre and postdoctoral training grants at DC CFAR collaborating institutions that are led by DC CFAR investigators with a common goal of helping develop the next generation of HIV researchers.
TPNH is a T32 program supported by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) and based at the Georgetown University Medical Center.
Goal: Prepare the next generation of scientists who will contribute to the understanding, treatment and prevention of HIV-associated neuronal disorders. The program will focus on the scientific and professional development of predoctoral students through didactic coursework, laboratory research and career development training.
TASHI is a T32 institutional research training grant supported by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and based at the George Washington University.
Goal: Prepare the next generation of community-engaged researchers through a doctoral training program to study and address social-structural determinants of HIV outcomes using an intersectional lens to promote health equity and end the epidemic.
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HIVPeCoT-TP is a T32 program supported by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and based at the George Washington University School of School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Goal: Prepare the next generation of HIV researchers using a predoctoral training program with "a dual mentored research project, education in specific skillsets, research career development and exposure to the needs of communities at risk".
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NIAID/NIH (T32 AI158105)
District of Columbia Center for AIDS Research
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