The Mid-Atlantic CFAR Consortium (MACC) is proud to offer three inaugural scholarship opportunities (one per CFAR) to early career investigators in 2018. The goal of the MACC Scholars Program is to support the development of researchers with an interest in HIV among underrepresented populations in the Mid-Atlantic regions, and encourage their development as HIV investigators. The program will provide competitively selected early career (within 5 years of receipt of doctoral or medical degree or terminal training) applicants who are eligible to receive funds from a MACC affiliated CFAR institution (this includes post-docs) with the following support:
Area of research interest should inform the development of promising interventions to reduce HIV incidence and address disparities in the care continuum among highly impacted populations in the Mid-Atlantic region.
MACC Scholars will be provided up to $15,000 in funding to cover a portion of their time (~5% -10%) and expenses including travel and research materials and supplies. Successful applicants will be funded for 12 months beginning January 1, 2018.
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