amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research
amfAR utilizes formal requests for proposals to solicit grant applications for both targeted and general HIV/AIDS research. Proposals are then peer reviewed by the Scientific Advisory Committee on the basis of their relevance, scientific merit, and promise. To date, amfAR has funded more than 2,200 research teams worldwide.
Grant Application and Peer Review ProcessScientific Advisory Committee Information for amfAR Grantees
Request for Proposals: Targeted Biomedical ResearchExploring the mechanisms for HIV persistence and the potential for HIV eradication
General RFPMathilde Krim Fellowships in Basic Biomedical Research
February 2010: amfAR Funds Cutting-Edge Gene Therapy ResearchJanuary 2010: amfAR Awards New Round of Mathilde Krim Fellowships February 2009: Cutting-Edge amfAR Grants Fight HIV/AIDS in the Lab and on the Phone2008 Research Fellowships, Grants, and Awards July 2008: New amfAR Grants Look to Optimize Current HIV Treatment and Strive for a CureJanuary 2008: amfAR Announces Inaugural Mathilde Krim Fellowship Awards for AIDS ResearchJune 2007: New amfAR Grants to Optimize HIV TreatmentJanuary 2007: New amfAR Research Grants Aim to Advance Understanding and Prevention of Rectal HIV TransmissionJune 2006: Grants and Fellowships Announced: amfAR Funds Studies Aimed at Viral EradicationMarch 2006: Grants and Fellowships Announced: Understanding HIV Infection at the StartSeptember 2005: Grants Focus on Novel Approaches to HIV/AIDS ResearchamfAR Announces July 2004: Basic Research Grant and Fellowship AwardsFebruary 2004: Grants Include Research on Natural Host Resistance FactorsJune 2003: Grants Include Research on Natural Host Resistance FactorsMarch 2003: Grants Include Research on Viral ReservoirsOctober 2002: Grants Target AIDS Treatments and VaccinesMarch 2002: Grants Include Projects to Develop New Anti-HIV DrugsJune 2001: Grants Target HIV/AIDS Prevention and TreatmentFebruary 2001: Grants Seek to Identify New Anti-HIV Drug TargetsJune 2000: Grants Expand Research Focus and Renew Scholars ProgramFebruary 2000: Grants Launch New Microbicides InitiativeMay 1999: Grants Target Vaccine Research and Immune Reconstitution
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