Submissions for new nominees to the program are accepted in the Fall. Online nominations for new program mentees may be submitted by potential mentors or Mentee can self-nominate.
Monica Gandhi, MD is our new CFAR Director starting in July 1, 2019.
New nominees to the program are accepted in the Fall. To nominate a new mentee to the program, please contact one of the Mentoring Program directors. Online nominations for new program mentees may be submitted only by CFAR Scientific Council (CSC) members.
Mentoring program activities include:
- Workshop Series
- Annual Research Symposium
- Mentoring for mentors training and workshops
- Online Virtual Binder with resources for mentors and mentees
- CFAR's International Program also supports an active Mentorship Development initiative in collaboration with global health partners.
Learn more about Dr. Andy I. Choi in this tribute letter from CFAR Directors Warner C. Greene and Paul A. Volberding, written after his sudden death in 2010.
The UCSF AIDS Research Institute (ARI) provides critical funding for all CFAR mentoring events and for participation in national mentoring conferences.