The DC CFAR promotes periodic NIH CFAR Administrative Supplement opportunities to our membership when we are made aware of them. These supplements are offered by the NIH to spur research in high priority areas.
The center communicates open requests for applications through weekly member emails.Become a member of the DC CFAR to learn more about NIH CFAR Administrative Supplements.
DC CFAR investigators have been very successful in competing for NIH CFAR Administrative Supplements to date. A listing of all currently and previously funded investigators and abstracts of their projects are provided.
Sarah Calabrese, PhD (GW) has received an NIH CFAR Administrative Supplement entitled, “Development of an HIV Status-Neutral Video Intervention to Reduce Stigma and Promote U=U and PrEP Among Sexual...