For any clinical research studies above minimal risk or in vulnerable populations.
Multi-Disciplinary Collaboration: Approaches to Biobehavioral HIV Research
The UCLA Center for AIDS Research (CFAR), AIDS Institute, UCLA Center for HIV Identification, Prevention and Treatment Services (CHIPTS), and the UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) are accepting Letters of Intent for seed grant proposals to encourage multidisciplinary collaborations in biobehavioral research through the CFAR Biobehavioral Epidemiology and Substance Abuse Program Section. Applicants are invited to submit proposals describing innovative approaches to that include investigators from different disciplines: basic and behavioral. The goal of these grants is to encourage collaborations between multiple disciplines in order to facilitate development of preliminary data that will be leveraged for future submissions of program project applications or equivalent funding mechanisms. Collaboration with CTSI institutions (Cedars-Sinai, Charles Drew University, LA BioMed/ Harbor-UCLA and UCLA) is strongly encouraged.
Charity Treks: Basic, Clinical and Translational Research in HIV Prevention and Cure
The UCLA AIDS Institute is accepting applications for seed grants to fund basic and clinical pilot research studies relevant to HIV vaccine and Cure research including basic and translational immunology and virology projects relevant to prophylactic and therapeutic vaccine research and development, and novel strategies for HIV Cure research. The grants will be funded by the UCLA AIDS Institute, through proceeds from Charity Treks (http://www.charitytreks.org).
Deadline for receipt of Letters of Intent: May 17, 2019
Applicants whose Letters of Intents are favorably reviewed will be invited to submit a formal proposal. Formal proposals will then be due on July 15, 2019.
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