The Baylor–UTHealth Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) announces the availability of one-year pilot/feasibility projects in HIV or AIDS-related research. Set-aside funds are also available for projects on HIV-associated malignancy in aging.
Malignancy-related projects must be collaborative, with at least one investigator who is a CFAR member and one who is a Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center (DLDCC) member. Budgets up to $45,000 are available for each project, and four or five projects are likely to be funded.
CFAR members who are faculty members at Baylor College of Medicine or UTHealth are eligible. International projects and junior investigators are eligible. NIH must approve any award to a senior investigator. Junior investigators and postdocs must submit a mentor’s letter with their grant application.
A letter of intent (LOI) is required for all applications by 5 p.m. Jan. 20. Application guidelines and the LOI form are available on the CFAR website. Completed applications must be emailed by 5 p.m. March 5 in PDF format to email@example.com