Ending the HIV Epidemic and CFAR Supplement Awardees

We are pleased to announce our Ending of HIV Epidemic and CFAR Supplement Awardees

EHE Awardees

The National Institutes of Health has awarded Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America funding to five UW/Fred Hutch CFAR researchers. EHE is a community-based research initiative focusing on four key pillars to end the HIV epidemic in the United States: Diagnose, Treat, Protect, and Respond. The purpose is to collaborate with community partners to develop locally relevant plans for diagnosing, treating and preventing HIV in areas with high rates of new HIV cases.
 
Matthew Golden
University of Washington, Department of Medicine, Allergy and Infectious Diseases Division
Project Title: Integrated Real-time Care Reengagement and Low Barrier Care to Improve HIV Treatment
Partner Organizations: Mississippi Department of Health, University of MS, Texas State Department of Health, Houston State Department of Health, Baylor University, Louisiana Department of Health, Dallas Health and Human Services

Roxanne Kerani 
University of Washington, Department of Medicine, Allergy and Infectious Diseases Division
Project Title: Developing an Intervention to Interrupt Transmission in Molecular HIV Clusters
Partner Organization: Public Health Seattle/King County
 
Christine Khosropour
University of Washington, Department of Epidemiology
Project Title: Optimizing health department services to increase viral suppression in rural MS Scientific
Partner Organization: Mississippi State Department of Health
 
Rena Patel
University of Washington, Department of Medicine, Allergy and Infectious Diseases Division
Project Title: Working together to strengthen access to health care for African-born persons through integrated community-based health screening programs: Harambee!
Partner Organization: Somali Health Board
 
Joanne Stekler
University of Washington, Department of Medicine, Allergy and Infectious Diseases Division
Project Title: Providing PrEP through CBOs Using Telehealth and Commercial Pharmacies
Partner Organization: Gay City PrEP Clinic, People of Color Against AIDS Network


CFAR Supplement Awardees

CFAR supplement awards support innovative research projects and shared instrumentation that address key gaps, advance HIV/AIDS research, and build research capacity
 
Stephen De Rosa
Fred Hutchinson, Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division
University of Washington, Department of Laboratory Medicine
Project Title: 10X Genomics Controller Unit for Single-Cell Genomics Analysis Scientific
 
Sara Lindstroem
University of Washington, Department of Epidemiology
Project Title: Genetic predictors of adiposity-related traits in people living with HIV


Please join us in congratulating all of our awardees.