The Clinical AIDS Research Training Grant in the Division of Geographic Medicine and Infectious Diseases at Tufts Medical Center provides 2-3 years of mentored research training to post-doctoral fellows who are committed to conducting clinical AIDS research.
Each year, the training grant makes four slots available to fellows. While on the training grant, these fellows may obtain either a Masters of Public Health or a Masters of Clinical Research while they are on the training grant.
Fellows are mentored by an interdisciplinary mentorship committee who provide the guidance that trainees need to conduct prolific clinical AIDS research.
The training program faculty include Drs. Gorbach, Thorpe, Ward, Griffiths, Wanke, Selker, Greenblatt, Azstalos, Ordovas, Must, Polack, Carpenter, Flanigan, Jordan, Hellinger, Kang, Knox, Mangili, Rich, Wong and Wilson.
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