Application

The 2019-2021 CFAR Adelante application cycle is now open.  Concept Proposals are due on January 7, 2019 and Full Research Proposals are due on April 16, 2019.
Download the Full RFA (PDF)

The application process for the 2019-2021 CFAR Adelante Program funding cycle will be administered in a two-phase process:  the Concept Proposal phase (open to all applicants; due January 7, 2019) and Full Research Proposal (by invitation based on concept proposal submission outcome; due April 16, 2019).  Full Research Proposals will be accepted only from those applicants who have been invited to submit them by the CFAR Adelante Program, based on the outcome of the Concept Proposal review.  Details are outlined in the Full RFA, as found above.

If you would like to learn more about the CFAR Adelante Program and the concept proposal process, please join us Thursday December 13th at 12 pm EST for a webinar.  Webinar dial-in information can be found below.

WHEN: Dec 13, 2018 12:00 PM Eastern Time

JOIN ZOOM MEETING: https://zoom.us/j/368789867

Dial by your location: +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)

MEETING ID: 368 789 867

Applicants are required to have established a relationship with their CFAR Mentor and their Collaborating Partner prior to submission of the Full Proposal. Documentation, in the form of a letter of support from the CFAR Mentor and the Collaborating Partner, must be submitted with the application packet.  As part of the funded research plan, CFAR Mentors and Collaborating Partners will be responsible for helping Scholars develop and apply culturally responsive HIV/AIDS research skills that will be used to expand HIV-related knowledge and disseminate information through organizations and institutions that work with Latino/Hispanic populations. Scholar applicants are also required to include a draft Mentoring Plan with their application.

A full list of the 19 NIH-funded CFARs can be found here.  If you need help identifying a CFAR Mentor, please contact Dr. Maria Cecilia Zea at zea@gwu.edu.