Providence/Boston Center for Aids Research (CFAR)

Providence/Boston Center for AIDS Research

The Providence/Boston Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) is a partnership between Brown University/Lifespan and Boston University/Boston Medical Center aimed at reducing the global burden of HIV infection.

Services and Resources

The Providence/Boston CFAR offers a six-month proposal development curriculum for post-doctoral fellows and early stage investigators planning to submit a K award proposal on HIV/AIDS to NIH for funding.
The Inter-CFAR Substance Use Research Community (I-SURC) connects researchers from the fields of substance use and HIV across the CFARs to create research  synergies, innovations and new capacities.
The goal of the C-CERC is to enhance HIV education, prevention, treatment, and research activities that adequately respond to the interests and needs of our community member.

CFAR Affiliated Sites