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The training and mentoring of CFAR investigators, especially those early in their careers, is an important goal of the CFAR Biometrics Core.
The past several decades have witnessed remarkable advances in medical science and the discovery of new medicines, vaccines, and diagnostic tools that have the capacity to lead
This annual course was first held in 1993 with the aim of offering an intensive overview of the skills needed to pursue a research career in the field of STD.
The program provides training and context for the global AIDS epidemic, arguably the most pressing public health issue of our time.
The objectives of this monthly seminar series are to provide a forum for presenting and discussing state-of-the-art research findings in a broad range of areas of inquiry related to HIV.
The UW/Fred Hutch CFAR manages the CFAR CITI program for international investigators affiliated with all CFAR sites to provide online training in the protection of human research subjects.
The SPRC holds quarterly trainings each year in qualitative research methods.
The annual STD & AIDS Research Symposium features research presentations by pre- and postdoctoral UW STD & AIDS Research Trainees, and recipients of Developmental Awards from the UW/Fred Hutch Center for AIDS Research and STI Cooperative Research Center; as well as a Keynote speaker.
The monthly AIDS Clinical Conference is designed to increase the knowledge of healthcare practitioners about HIV/AIDS. Speakers at the conferences are leaders in the fields of research and treatment for HIV/AIDS. Conference attendees gain cutting-edge knowledge of the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of HIV/AIDS conditions.
The Viral Dynamics Primer is intended to introduce the concepts of viral dynamics to researchers who are conducting studies of this type, are analyzing data from studies of this type, or who would like to learn more about research in this area. No experience in mathematics or statistics is assumed.