UW/Fred Hutch CFAR Weekly eNews



APRIL 29, 2016


May 3, 3-4pm: VIDD Seminar: The Shared T-cell Repertoire
Chetan Seshadri, MD, Location: M1-A303/305/307, Fred Hutch

May 3, 4:30-5:30pm: Inaugural King Holmes Endowed Professorship Lecture: No Time to Lose: Lessons Learned from Sexually Transmitted Infections, HIV, Ebola
Peter Piot, MD, PhD, Location: Foege Auditorium, UW

May 5, 4-5pm: CFAR Seminar: CD8 T Cell Function in Lymphoid Tissue: Implications for HIV Care and Eradication
Michael Betts, PhD, Location: Pelton Auditorium, Fred Hutch

May 6, 9am-12pm: CFAR Qualitative Methods Workshop: Coding and Data Analysis
Michele Andrasik, PhD, Location: Harborview Ninth and Jefferson Building, Room 1360

May 11, 4-6:30pm: CFAR Implementation Science Symposium: Saving Global Health from the Rationality Project; What Role for Implementation Science?
Gorik Ooms, PhD, Location: South Campus Center Room 316, UW

May 17, 8-9am: AIDS Clinical Conference:
Hepatitis C Treatment and Drug Resistance
Location: Harborview R&T Auditorium or webcast

June 16-17: HIV Clinical Update for Nurses
Location: DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Seattle Airport-Southcenter

June 20-21: Towards Real-Time Phylodynamic Tracking of HIV Transmission
Location: Rockville, MD

June 23-24: Structural Biology Related to HIV/AIDS
Location: Bethesda, MD

July 18-28: Course: Principles of STD/HIV Research Course
Application Deadline May 2, Location: University of Washington

July 29: CFAR IS SWG: Implementation Science Mini-Course
Location: University of Washington

August 4-5: Conference: Conference on Cell and Gene Therapy for HIV Cure
Location: Fred Hutch

August 29-Sept 2: Course: Network Modeling for Epidemics
Application Deadline June 1, Location: University of Washington

September 12-23: Course: Fundamentals of Implementation Science in Global Health
Application Deadline May 1, Location: University of Washington

More Events...

Funding Opportunities

Amazon Catalyst
University of Washington and Amazon (link)
Applications accepted on a rolling basis

Call for Abstracts: Differentiated Care and HIV
Journal of the International AIDS Society (link)
Abstract Due Date: May 27, 2016

Understanding HIV Rebound (P01)
Application Due Date: July 29, 2016
HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Implementation Science in CDC-funded Public Health Demonstration Projects (Admin Supp)
NIMH (PA-16-199)
Application Due Date: June 15, 2016
*If you would like to apply through CFAR, a P30 grant, please email by May 13*
The Use of mRNA for an HIV Envelope Vaccine (R43/R44, R41/R42)
NIAID (PA-16-207, PA-16-208)
Standard Application Due Dates apply

More Funding Opportunities...

Single Antibody Infusions Provide Durable Protection Against HIV-Like Virus in Monkeys.  NIAID News Release.

Anti-HIV pill not cost effective among U.S. drug abusers.  Reuters.

Gender differences and relationship power could be key in preventing HIV in South African adolescents.  Medical Xpress.

ART use doesn't increase sexual risk among people with HIV in the UK.  aidsmap.
If your research is supported by CFAR, please acknowledge that support in your resulting publications and presentations.  More on acknowledging CFAR support can be found here:

NIH grant P30 AI027757
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