Fogarty International Training Program in HIV- and AIDS-Associated Diseases/Malignancies

The following grant was awarded by, is supported by, is administered by or is in partnership with the Fogarty International Center at the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Funding Fogarty Program

AIDS International Training and Research (AITRP)

Project Information in NIH RePORTER

Fogarty International Training Program in HIV- and AIDS-Associated Diseases/Malignancies

Principal Institution

University of Nebraska at Lincoln

Principal Investigator(s) (PI)

Wood, Charles

Project Contact Information

Training Coordinator:
Pam Snyder
Email: psnyder2@unl.edu
Phone: (402) 472-6209

Administrator:
Michael Caldararo
Email: mcaldararo2@unl.edu

University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Nebraska Center for Virology
340 Morrison Center
4240 Fair Street
Lincoln, NE 68583-0900
ph: (402) 472-1714
fax: (402) 472-8722

Project Website

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Fogarty AITRP - Nebraska Center for Virology

Year(s) Awarded

2000-2017

Collaborating Country

China; Zambia

Project Description

The overall objective of our training program is to provide research training for Zambian and Chinese biomedical researchers and health care providers at the University of Nebraska and its collaborating US institutions, the University of Miami and the University of Alabama, to increase their expertise and capability to perform high quality research on HIV and AIDS associated malignancies.

The program provides academic training leading to advanced degrees (MS, MPH or PhD); didactic classroom instruction; support to attend seminars and workshops; and subject participation in biomedical and behavioral studies that focus primarily on HIV and AIDS related malignancies diagnosis, treatment and prevention.

In addition, our program provides short-term research rotations in the US arranged with direct involvement in basic research training, clinical studies, and the learning of new scientific techniques including protocol development, project management, and data collection/analysis of projects directly relevant to the trainees' interests. Our focus also includes in-country training of local clinicians and public health professionals through workshops that enhance medical know-how and HIV-related prevention including studies on AIDS associated malignancies.

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