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'BCHS Faculty chosen for NIDA-funded HIV research ethics fellowship


Dr. Thomas E. Guadamuz, Assistant Professor of BCHS, was one of seven fellows chosen to participate in the highly competitive Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute (RETI) Summer Training and Mentored Research Program for Early Career Investigators funded by the U.S. National Institute of Drug Abuse. This program includes a 10-day intensive training in HIV research ethics in New York City by world-renown scholars, pilot award funding and individual one-on-one mentorship for a specified research project relating to HIV research ethics over the next two years. Dr. Guadamuz plans to complement this award with his on-going research among high-risk young men in Thailand.

8/21/2012
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