NCCC Seeks Motivated Clinicians
The National HIV/AIDS Clinicians’ Consultation Center (NCCC) is seeking
motivated clinicians committed to supporting providers nationwide
in delivering the highest quality care to HIV-infected patients and HIV
exposed health care workers. View Full Job Posting >>
FHI 360 Seeks Director of Integrated Health Sciences Department
FHI 360 is currently seeking a dynamic leader to be Director of the newly established Integrated Health Sciences Department in our Global Health, Population & Nutrition (GHPN) Group. View Job Posting.
Scholarship Opportunity in HIV Research for Minority Investigators
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Job Opening: Policy Analysis Consultant, National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable
SEP-15-11 The National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable seeks a Policy Analyst consultant located in
Washington, D.C. The position is open immediately until filled.
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Slides: The Forum HIV Cure Project-Focus on Regulatory Issues
Veronica Miller provided an update on the Forum HIV Cure Project as it enters year 2 at the "Strategies for an HIV Cure Meeting" on October 15-17, 2014 at the National Institutes of Health. Click here to view here slides.
LIVESTREAM Remembering Joep Lange and Jacqueline van Tongeren
Remembering Joep and Jacqueline on October 14, 2014
A memorial program celebrating the lives of Joep Lange and Jacqueline van Tongeren will take place in Amsterdam October 14, 2014. A Livestream of the memorial will take place starting at 15.00h (9:00 AM EDT)
For more information and to view the livecast, visit http://www.joepandjacqueline.org/remembrance/
We at the Forum for Collaborative HIV Research deeply mourn the deaths of all of the 298 persons on Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, among them many individuals traveling to the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne
. There are no words to adequately describe the loss to the field caused by this shocking and horrifying event. An International AIDS Conference without Joep Lange is unimaginable – made even sadder because this new reality is forever. Together with the global AIDS community, we grieve the loss of this exceptional leader, colleague, mentor and collaborator. We remember the ceaselessness and tirelessness of his commitment to ensure treatment of all people no matter who or where, his persistence in pushing the envelope of regional and global policy, and his insistence on the utmost rigorous science and impatience and intolerance of anything but. Most of all, we remember his human side – honest, direct, often blunt but always caring friend to many of us. Our sincerest condolences to family and friends of Joep Lange, Jacqueline van Tongeren and the other victims of the crash.
Treatment Action Group: Pills Cost Pennies, Greed Costs Lives: 1st HCV World Community Advisory Board Meeting Report
On February 22-25, 2014, the Treatment Action Group and the Asia Pacific Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS convened the 1st HCV World Community Advisory Group meeting to provide a forum for leading activists to learn about developments in HCV treatment and access barriers, find common advocacy strategies, and meet with pharmaceutical companies about their plans for low- and middle-income countries. Click here to read the meeting report.
On behalf of IDSA Center for Global Health Policy, sign-on letter to support global HIV and TB funding
The Center for Global Health Policy is soliciting sign-ons for a letter to members of Congress to support global HIV and TB funding. Decisions about federal funding for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2014 will be finalized in the coming months.
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International Journal of Drug Policy--Call for papers on expanding access to care and treatment for HCV among people who inject drugs
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Outline abstracts (300 word maximum) are invited for contributions to a forthcoming special issue of The International Journal of Drug Policy on expanding access to care and treatment for hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection among people who inject drugs (PWID). Guest editors include Jason Grebely, Philip Bruggmann, Carla Treloar and Gregory Dore.