Program Funds $24.5M in Youth HIV Research

Dept of Health and Human ServicesAgency: Health & Human Services Dept. (National Institutes of Health-NIH); Program: Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions (ATN) Research Program Grants (U19) (CFDA Numbers: 93.242, 93.307 & 93.865) (Funding Opportunity Number: RFA-HD-16-035);

Eligibility: States, schools, public/private nonprofit universities, tribes, nonprofits (faith-based and community-based groups), Hispanic-serving Institutions, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, tribally controlled colleges and universities, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Serving Institutions, for-profits and small businesses; Funding: $24.5 million for multiple awards, (no match required); Deadline: Jan. 19.

Summary: Grants support the Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions (ATN). The network will have the capacity to develop and conduct innovative behavioral, community-based, translational, therapeutic, microbicide and vaccine trials in HIV-at-risk and HIV-infected youth ages 12 to 24 years, with a focus on the inclusion of minors.

Info:  (NOFA);  Bryan Clark, 301-435-6975 or

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