The UCLA Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) is looking for members for their new Community Advisory Board (CAB) . If you are interested, there is a link below where you can apply. This CAB does give a stipend to its members.
We are pleased to announce that the UCLA Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) is seeking applications for membership in our new Community Advisory Board (CAB). The UCLA CFAR was established in 1988 by the National Institutes of Health and supports a multidisciplinary environment by promoting basic, behavioral, clinical, and translational research in prevention, detection, and treatment of HIV infection and AIDS. Our mission is to create synergy among diverse research disciplines that result in significant breakthroughs in understanding, preventing and treating HIV infection.
The UCLA CFAR CAB’s goal is to engage HIV/AIDS community-based advocates from the greater Los Angeles area to learn about the latest in HIV/AIDS research, provide feedback to presenting researchers, and to disseminate new research findings to broader community networks. Successful CAB applicants must commit to attending quarterly meetings. We are seeking CAB members who meet one or more of the following qualifications:
- Current/past research participant
- Work for a local HIV/AIDS research, public health, or service organization
- Member of another HIV/AIDS CAB
Please see the attached UCLA CFAR Guidelines document for more detail about the program.
To apply, complete the following online form: https://goo.gl/forms/AJkFHqSI8bFeyHw12.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have questions about the program or member responsibilities.
Applications are due by Tuesday, February 28th.
UCLA CFAR Community Advisory Board Director