Please join us on Wednesday, September 25th 2019 from 12:00 – 5:00 PM for a scientific symposium on HIV-associated Heart, Lung, and Blood Co-Morbidities and HIV Cure, jointly sponsored by the UCSF-Gladstone Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) and the Career Development Program in Cardiopulmonary, Hematologic, and Immunologic Comorbidities of HIV (CHIC) (K12).
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The goal of this meeting was to increase awareness and collaboration between:
- Public Health Departments
- Community-Based Researchers
- Academic Centers
This year’s meeting took a deeper dive into the drivers of HIV health disparities within homeless populations.
The goal of the Inter-CFAR Women and HIV Symposium is to identify gaps in knowledge in HIV and women’s research and develop strategies that will move the field forward. In order to accomplish this goal, we aim to generate collaborative activity between CFARs and other research networks, highlighting cutting-edge science and promoting opportunities for early career investigators.
CFAR Scientific Working Group on Intersectionality (SWGI) Symposium - Quantitative Approaches to Intersectionality in Social-Behavioral and Biomedical Research
The two-day workshop is an intensive and interactive meeting designed to provide mid-career and senior faculty in HIV research with the tools for more effective mentoring, especially of mentees of diversity (defined mainly as those from underrepresented racial/ethnic minorities). The workshops discusses barriers related to being an early career investigator of diversity (e.g.
Addressing structural drivers of the syndemics of injecting drug use, HIV, HCV, and overdose: insights from modeling population inmpact.
The National CFAR CAB Coalition (N3C) brings together expertise to speak on this urgent public health crisis.
Tuesday, August 30, 2022
4-5PM PT | 7-8PM ET
Recording here: https://fb.watch/fn9GGR9QhY/
Register to the ESI Retreat here: https://airtable.com/shrxZKlRFPoJzHNcL
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