Center for AIDS Research

Events

Upcoming Events

Seminars

Date Location Speaker Affiliation Title
Oct 20
12:00 PM
MC 3-7619( Upper S-Wing Auditorium) Andrew J. Henderson, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Disease, Boston University Schoof of Medicine Cellular Mechanisms that Regulate HIV Latency
Nov 10
12:00 PM
MC 3-7619 (Upper S-Wing Auditorium) Norman Haughey, Ph.D. Director, JHU NIMH Surrogate Markers Core, ssociate Professor of Neurology, Johns Hopkins University Evidence that disruptions of lysosomal storage in HIV-infected pateints contributes to intraneuronal deposition of amyloid-beta peptides

Save the Date! World AIDS Day 2014

Tuesday, December 2nd      

In honor of World AIDS Day, the CFAR will be hosting a scientific symposium featuring talks from prestigious experts in the AIDS community and research posters from undergraduate and graduate students and post-doctoral associates training at UR.

This years keynote addresses will be given by Robert Siliciano, MD, PhD, Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Jessica Haberer, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital.

Recent Events

UR Center for AIDS Research Human Subject Research Networking Event

September 19th, 10 am – 1 pm Saunders Research Building, Room 1416

The goals of this innovative networking event  were for faculty working in Human Subject Research to hear about the innovative work their colleagues are doing, learn about the local research infrastructure, identify potential collaborators, grant opportunities and find out how the CFAR can support their work.

Review the research presentations and list of bios for the faculty who attended this event.

CFAR Faculty Retreat

Monday June 23rd from 9AM – 12:30 PM, SON Room 1W502

The goals of this annual event are to create opportunities for scientific networking and collaboration and to foster inclusive and transparent strategic planning. Ultimately the outcome of this retreat is to guide the direction, scientific focus, and programs of our CFAR to support the widest range of faculty needs. In preparation for the retreat we asked faculty to complete a survey to inform our strategic planning and to identify key resource gaps, unmet needs, and other enhancements to CFAR cores and services.

Thank you to everyone who participated in this event – your feedback is tremendously valuable to us!

View the presentations slides