CFAR Future Leaders in HIV Annual Research Symposium 2018

Add to Calendar 2018-04-17 09:00 2018-04-17 12:30 America/Los_Angeles CFAR Future Leaders in HIV Annual Research Symposium 2018

About the Symposium

The Andy I. Choi Mentoring Program of the UCSF-Gladstone Center for AIDS Research offers Bay Area investigators a glimpse into the future of HIV research with a half-day symposium featuring the work of CFAR Mentoring Program participants and recipients of CFAR Developmental awards. We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Marguerita Lightfoot, Director of the UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), to deliver the Keynote. Drs. Jonathan Fuchs and Monica Gandhi, Co-Directors of the Andy I. Choi Mentoring Program, will serve as moderators.

Drs. Paul Volberding and Warner Greene provide this venue to increase the visibility of our early career investigators at UCSF and affiliated institutions. Presentations will span a wide range of basic, clinical, epidemiologic, socio-behavioral, and translational science topics.  The event also features the work of four outstanding early career investigators who will receive Excellence in Research Awards in Basic, Clinical, Translational and Behavioral Sciences.

Presentations

Mahley Auditorium, Gladstone Institutes , Mission Bay

About the Symposium

The Andy I. Choi Mentoring Program of the UCSF-Gladstone Center for AIDS Research offers Bay Area investigators a glimpse into the future of HIV research with a half-day symposium featuring the work of CFAR Mentoring Program participants and recipients of CFAR Developmental awards. We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Marguerita Lightfoot, Director of the UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), to deliver the Keynote. Drs. Jonathan Fuchs and Monica Gandhi, Co-Directors of the Andy I. Choi Mentoring Program, will serve as moderators.

Drs. Paul Volberding and Warner Greene provide this venue to increase the visibility of our early career investigators at UCSF and affiliated institutions. Presentations will span a wide range of basic, clinical, epidemiologic, socio-behavioral, and translational science topics.  The event also features the work of four outstanding early career investigators who will receive Excellence in Research Awards in Basic, Clinical, Translational and Behavioral Sciences.

Presentations