The purpose of NIH administrative supplements is to support innovative research projects, inter-CFAR meetings, and shared instrumentation that address key gaps in HIV/AIDS and will advance the field. This opportunity builds research capacity and is consistent with the recent NIH HIV/AIDS research priorities. The ProvBos CFAR received funding for the following projects:
- Kirsten Langdon received $198,428 for her project "Combined, long-acting, monthly injectable treatment for people living with HIV and Opioid Use Disorder"
- Joseph Hogan and the interCFAR Biostatistics Network received $62,608 for a CFAR Statistics and Data Science Symposium to be held in 2022.