CANFAR is proud to announce the Innovation Research Grant recipients’ for Cycle 30
CANFAR awards HIV Innovation Research Grants in four broad areas: basic sciences, clinical, epidemiological, and psycho-social.
In this year’s Innovation Research Grant competition, the grants awarded are $40,000. The research includes all aspects of HIV prevention, treatment and care, and cure. The goal of the $40,000 awards is to stimulate and fund HIV/AIDS related research:
- that requires seed funding and/or is focusing on new research, and/or
- that is being done by individuals starting out in the field.
The role of nucleoporins in the innate immune response to HIV - 1
Improving Black women's experiences when accessing HIV-related services in Toronto: Critical narrative explorations of race and racism
Tola Mbulaheni (Student Investigator), PhD Trainee, University of Toronto, Dalla Lana School of Public Health
Developing an Innovative, Youth-Driven and Resilience-Based HIV Prevention Intervention for Young People from Middle Eastern and North African Communities (MENA) in Canada
Optimizing the Equity and Efficiency of Resource Allocation Within the HIV Sector
Dr. Kiffer G. Card, Health Systems Impact Fellow, School of Public Health and Social Policy, University of Victoria