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The Inter-CFAR Collaboration on HIV Research in Women is a network of CFAR investigators dedicated to promoting cutting-edge science in HIV research and women, developing new strategies for future research to address HIV-related issues unique to women, and promoting career development and professional growth among junior investigators interested in this field. We are interested in addressing issues relevant to HIV and women at both a domestic and international level.

The working group has identified the following areas of interest:

  • Networking among investigators with similar research interests
  • Developing collaborative grant proposals
  • Merging existing research cohorts
  • Mentoring and reviewing grant proposals in development;
  • Meeting annually at research symposia
  • External review for CFAR Developmental Awards related to women and HIV