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JUNE 17, 2016

Events

June 21, 8-9am: AIDS Clinical Conference: Solid Organ Transplant and HIV
Robert Rakita, MD, Location: Harborview R&T Auditorium or webcast


June 21, 3-4pm: VIDD Seminar: Super Cross-Presentation of Antigen By Synthetic Design of an Anti-phosphatidylserine Bridge Protein
Daniel Corey, PhD, Location: Pelton Auditorium, Fred Hutch


June 22, 10-11am: Webinar: Community Engagement into HIV Clinical Research Series (Part 2)
DaShawn Usher, Michele Andrasik, Stephaun Wallace

July 25: Course: Surviving & Thriving during the Research Years
Thomas Hawn, Ellen Schur, Location: Brotman Auditorium, SLU


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

August 3, 7-9pm: Cured/Not Cured A Tale of Two Diagnoses
Location: Pelton Auditorium, Fred Hutch

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

October 17-21: Conference: HIV Research for Prevention
Location: Chicago, IL

More Events...


Funding Opportunities

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


NHLBI Announces Interest in Administrative Supplements to Enhance HIV-related Heart, Lung, Blood, and Sleep Research
NHLBI (NOT-HL-16-329)


More Funding Opportunities...


News
 
Stem Cell Transplant Can Help HIV Patients Battling Lymphoma: Study.  Medline Plus.

Study observes potential breakthrough in treatment of HIV.  Medical Xpress.

Topical application of antiretroviral drug combination prevents transmission of (S)HIV.  Medical Xpress.

Sex, Sugar Daddies and HIV in South Africa.  U.S. News & World Report.

35 years in the AIDS trenches.  Hutch News.

Blood donation restrictions for gay men ‘not supported by facts,’ AIDS experts say.  PBS.
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