SUPPORT

SUPPORT project launches to equip the next generation of African experts to fight childhood HIV 

2024

A new collaborative project called SUPPORT has officially launched to train the next generation of researchers who will focus on preventing mortality among these children.

The SUPPORT initiative, funded by EDCTP3 will run for 54 months and aims to equip early and mid-career researchers with expertise in clinical care, laboratory science, social science, and data analysis. The program will target researchers in Mozambique, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Senegal due to the high disease burden of HIV in these regions.

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SUPPORT project launches to equip the next generation of African experts to fight childhood HIV 

2024

A new collaborative initiative, SUPPORTSupporting the next generation of African experts on preventing mortality among children living with HIV through translational training, has officially launched. The project funded by EDCTP3 will last 54 months. Through SUPPORT, eight early and five mid-career research fellows from Sub-Saharan African will be recruited to do a 36-month PhD for the early researchers, and a 24-month post-doctoral stay for the mid-career researchers in Mozambique,

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