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Introducing: CWRU/UH Center for AIDS Research (CFAR)

March 2012

Dr. Pagano has joined the Case Western Reserve University Center for Aids Research (Case CFAR) as a full member. Since its foundation in 1994, the Case CFAR has been a center of excellence for both clinical and basic AIDS research. As the only NIH-funded CFAR in the Midwestern United States, it has provided members with national and international research, especially with respect to research in tuberculosis and HIV malignancy, microbicides, pathogenesis, virology, clinical trials, and training. Additionally, the Case CFAR is the first CFAR to make a major investment in international research.

As a full member, Dr. Pagano will be able to apply for Developmental Awards, be a mentor for the Minority HIV Research Training Program, International Scholars Program and participate in the CFAR Mentoring Program.