|Core Services and Specialized Equipment through 7 core facilities|
| Developmental Funding Programs for early career investigators or mid-career faculty who are interested in new research areas
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|Linkages to experts and leaders in the field for Mentoring and unique expertise available via Consultation Services|
| Fostering Collaborative Interactions through sponsorship of working groups, invited speakers and managing National Research Networks
| Connecting investigators, staff and trainees to funding notices, conferences, and educational opportunities of interest to those working in HIV/AIDS
|Use of the CFAR Conference Room and Equipment for meetings|
|Access to the CFAR Sharepoint Site for secure document sharing|
The CFAR offers the use of its conference room and amenities to the UAB community. Located in the CFAR offices in suite 256 of the Bevill Biomedical Research Building (BBRB 256), the conference room comfortably seats 15-25 people. The room is equipped with a PC-computer, Smartboard, mounted projector, and wireless polycom conference phone. Submit a form below to request the room or call Bonnie Zarzaur at 4-1614. This room should not be considered reserved until confirmation is provided by Bonnie via email or phone.
PLEASE NOTE: On December 31 of each year, all reservations for standing meetings will be cleared and new requests must be submitted. Requests will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Starting January, 2015, to allow for more widespread use of the room, limits to the number of standing meetings per day will be implemented.
Reserve CFAR Conference Room
The Centers for AIDS Research (CFAR) program at the National Institutes of Health provides administrative and shared research support to synergistically enhance and coordinate high quality AIDS research projects. CFARs accomplish this through core facilities that provide expertise, resources, and services not otherwise readily obtained through more traditional funding mechanisms.
The CFAR program emphasizes the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration, especially between basic and clinical investigators as well as behavioral scientists to support translational research. The CFAR program also encourages training and mentoring of young investigators as well as an inclusion of women and minorities.
National CFAR Site