The NIH CFAR program promotes establishing collaborative research between CFARs and strengthening capacity for HIV/AIDS research in low and middle-income countries. The CFAR-SSA was established in 2011 under the leadership of the UCSF-GIVI CFAR . In November 2012 the leadership was transferred to the Johns Hopkins CFAR to build upon initial accomplishments and enthusiasm.
To focus CFAR-SSA activities, two main goals are proposed to guide and evaluate its actions. These goals are a direct extension of the mission statement for the CFAR program.
Click here to view and contribute to a map of institutions, projects, and people involved with CFAR-related research in Sub-Saharan Africa. Find collaborators!
If you are interested in joining the CFAR-SSA Google Group to post and received message for CFAR-SSA members, or if you have questions or just want to get involved, please email Liz Bonomo with your contact information. We also have a Facebook group that we invite you to join here.
Mark Barnes, Co-chair of the Multi-Regional Clincial Trials Center, Harvard University gives a presentation on Bioethics and the HIV epidemic in AfricaView Video
This workshop will provide an overview of the program, describe successful applications and outline currently available CFAR resources to strengthen your application.View Video