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Center for AIDS Research

Houston, Texas

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Molecular Virology and Microbiology
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2013 Developmental Funding for Pilot Projects on HIV/AIDS and HIV-associated Malignancy Research

The Baylor–UTHouston Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) announces the availability of grant funds to support pilot projects and collaborative pilot and feasibility projects on HIV/AIDS and on HIV-associated malignancy research. Set aside funds are also available for projects on HIV-associated malignancy in aging.

Projects will be funded for one year at up to $45,000 and can include:

  • Pilot projects related to HIV/AIDS research (basic, clinical, behavioral, international).
  • Collaborative projects on HIV-associated research involving at least one collaborator who is a CFAR member. Projects on HIV malignancy in aging populations are especially encouraged.

A letter of intent (LOI) is required for all applications. Junior investigators are additionally required to submit a mentor’s name with the LOI.

You will need the following information:

For additional information, contact Dr. Janet S. Butel, Director of the CFAR (phone: 713-798-3003; e-mail:, Dr. Betty L. Slagle, Assistant CFAR Director (phone: 713-798-3006; email: or Joyce Evans, CFAR Office, Department of Molecular Virology & Microbiology (phone: 713-798-4443; fax: 713-798-5019; e-mail: Completed applications must be emailed in PDF format to A panel composed of CFAR and DLDCC members will evaluate proposals.

Letters of Intent due by 5 p.m. Jan. 20, 2013.

Applications due by 5 p.m. March 10, 2013.

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