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The Miami Center for AIDS Research provides support and a variety of services to HIV investigators at the University of Miami and many other institutions.
To request a service from the Behavioral/Social Science & Community Outreach Core of the Miami CFAR, please complete:
NIH Reporting Information for CFAR Core Users and Affiliates.
Investigator level* (please select one):
NIH Independent Investigator (HIV/AIDS R01 funding or equivalent)
NIH Independent Investigator (Non-HIV/AIDS R01 funding or equivalent)
NIH New Investigator (Have received funding as a PI directly from the NIH, but not yet at the R01 equivalent level)
Faculty member with no history of (non-CFAR) NIH funding
Post doc or Research Fellow
Undergraduate or Graduate Student
Please describe what you are requesting assistance with or what services were provided*
(e.g. Calculating sample size, locating a particular assay, looking for an exisitng questionnaire, help in recruiting subjects, etc.)
Are you requesting assistance on a currently funded grant?*
If "Yes", please provide the NIH Grant #
Yes (non HIV/AIDS-related)
NIH Special Emphasis Category
Please select any that apply
Recipient of a CFAR Faculty Development Award, mentoring or other CFAR services
Recipient of NIH CFAR administrative supplement
Member of an under-represented group in HIV/AIDs research (African-American, Hispanic, Native American, Alaska native, native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander
Is there a date that you require assistance by?
(e.g. application deadline, etc.)
The Miami Center for AIDS Research is an NIH-funded program (P30 AI073961
) which is supported by the following NIH Institutes and Centers:
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