What can the CFAR do for you?
The CFAR Cores offer an array of services to support HIV research at Johns Hopkins University.
Funding opportunities for junior faculty:
Assist in the design and conduct of clinical research
Support for Institutional Review Board submissions
Links investigators through mentoring and consultation services to a range of experts in:
- HIV clinical and translational research
- Biomedical and behavioral prevention
- HIV/AIDS epidemiology and methodology, including the construction of study protocols and selection of study design, constructing inclusion/exclusion criteria, working with statistical programmers and data management staff, developing and executing statistical analysis plans, writing research reports and manuscripts and contributing to scientific presentations
Organizes research in progress presentations with a team of relevant experts
Provides access to resources that support grant writing and project implementation
Supports training in existing and emerging technologies and economic evaluation
Facilitates access to research labs, clinical labs and core labs across the Johns Hopkins Enterprise
Provides discounted research pricing for the performance of laboratory assays
Offers consultation, training and technical support in laboratory practices
Provides guidance in meeting regulatory requirements
Offers biospecimen storage and potential access to samples banked by other researchers
Provides leadership and collaborative support for educational and research initiatives, including experience in the span of molecular, clinical, epidemiological and policy studies
Provides support for data management through the JHBC Data Informatics Services Core.