1. Penn CFAR Developmental Pilot Workshop 2014

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    The Penn Center for AIDS Research (Penn CFAR) seeks applications to the pilot program offered through its Developmental Core. Proposals regarding any aspect of HIV/AIDS clinical care, epidemiology, virology, immunology, structural biology, vaccine development, or prevention are considered relevant to the goals of the Developmental Core. The CFAR is especially interested in proposals that bridge programmatic areas and, in particular, those that bridge clinical investigators with basic or behavioral scientists. Proposals are encouraged that address: *HIV and Viral Hepatitis co-infection (with broad focus spanning basic, clinical, behavioral) *HIV and Substance Use *Strategies targeting HIV Eradication, HIV Reservoirs and Residual Inflammation Visit: med.upenn.edu/cfar/DevPilot2015RFA.shtml for more info Table of Contents 0:00 - Introduction, Pablo Tebas, MD 16:35 - Clinical, Robert Gross, MD 21:05 - International, Harvey Friedman, MD 27:00 - Viral / Molecular, Ron Collman, MD 33:25 - Immunology, Jim Riley, PhD 37:08 - Behavioral and Social Sciences, David Metzger, PhD 48:25 - Biostatistics and Data Management, Sarah Ratcliffe, PhD 52:20 - Nonhuman Primate, James Hoxie, MD 59:15 - Application Overview, Luis Montaner, DVM, DPhil

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    • The Humanist Hour #83: Julia Galef

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      In this month’s podcast, Todd Stiefel’s co-host is Amanda K. Metskas. Together they interview Julia Galef, the president of the Center for Applied Rationality. Listen as Todd and Amanda talk with Julia about everything from using Harry Potter to learn about rationality to the Vulcan straw man problem! (You know you need to find out about that one.) Learn about some of the different types of rationality and where they intersect with humanism. It would be tough to hear a conversation about rationality that’s more fun and uplifting that this one! Todd and Amanda also give an update about what’s going on at Camp Quest this year, including their participation in the upcoming American Humanist Association annual conference, May 30-June 2 in San Diego. For complete episode details, click here: http://podcast.thehumanist.org/2013/05/the-humanist-hour-83-julia-galef/

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      • Penn CFAR Developmental Workshop

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        The Penn Center for AIDS Research (Penn CFAR) seeks applications to the pilot program offered through its Developmental Core. Proposals regarding any aspect of HIV/AIDS clinical care, epidemiology, virology, immunology, structural biology, vaccine development, or prevention are considered relevant to the goals of the Developmental Core. The CFAR is especially interested in proposals that bridge programmatic areas and, in particular, those that bridge clinical investigators with basic or behavioral scientists. Proposals are encouraged that address: * HIV and Hepatitis C co-infection * HIV and addictions research * Novel strategies for eradicating or controlling HIV in viral reservoirs Visit: http://www.med.upenn.edu/cfar/DevPilot2014RFA.shtml for more info Table of Contents 0:00 - Introduction, Pablo Tebas, MD 13:40 - Clinical, Robert Gross, MD 26:10 - International, Harvey Friedman, MD 36:08 - Behavioral and Social Sciences, Michael Blank, PhD 50:55 - Nonhuman Primate, James Hoxie, MD 57:23 - Immunology, Jim Riley, PhD 1:05:09 - Viral / Molecular, 1:11:35 - Biostatistics and Data Management, Ron Collman, MD 1:17:39 - Application Overview, Luis Montaner, DVM, DPhil

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        • James Kahn at the Penn CFAR on "Mentoring for success in academic medical careers"

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          James Kahn, M.D., Chief of the Medical Service at the VA Palo Alto and Professor of Medicine at Stanford, presented two seminars on the value of mentoring at the University of Pennsylvania on May 30, 2012. The seminars were sponsored by the Penn Center for AIDS Research. This is the morning seminar targeted at senior investigators and faculty development administrators with the title "Mentoring for success in academic mentoring careers."

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          • James Kahn at the Penn CFAR on "Deriving value from mentoring to advance your academic career"

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            James Kahn, M.D., Chief of the Medical Service at the VA Palo Alto and Professor of Medicine at Stanford, presented two seminars on the value of mentoring at the University of Pennsylvania on May 30, 2012. The seminars were sponsored by the Penn Center for AIDS Research. This is the afternoon seminar targeted at young investigators with the title "Deriving value from mentoring to advance your academic career."

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            • HIV in Africa: Challenges and Rewards with Charlie van der Horst - UNC AIDS Course Lecture 12 - 4/24/12

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              THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA – CHAPEL HILL AIDS: PRINCIPLES, PRACTICES AND POLITICS Spring 2012 "HIV in Africa: Challenges and Rewards" Charles van der Horst, MD UNC Div. of Infectious Diseases cvdh@med.unc.edu

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              • Gay Life in America with David Jolly - UNC AIDS Course Lecture 11 - 4/3/12

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                THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA – CHAPEL HILL AIDS: PRINCIPLES, PRACTICES AND POLITICS Spring 2012 "Gay Life in America" David Jolly, PhD North Carolina Central DJolly@nccu.edu

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                • AIDS and Mental Health with Glenn Treisman - UNC AIDS Course Lecture 10 - 3/27/12

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                  THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA – CHAPEL HILL AIDS: PRINCIPLES, PRACTICES AND POLITICS Spring 2012 "AIDS and Mental Health" Glenn Treisman, MD Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Glenn@jhmi.edu

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                  • HIV in the Prison Setting with David Wohl - UNC AIDS Course Lecture 9 - 3/20/12

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                    THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA – CHAPEL HILL AIDS: PRINCIPLES, PRACTICES AND POLITICS Spring 2012 "HIV in the Prison Setting" David Wohl, MD UNC Div of Infectious Diseases wohl@med.unc.edu

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                    • AIDS in the African American Community with Justin Smith - UNC AIDS Course Lecture 8 - 3-13-12

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                      THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA – CHAPEL HILL AIDS: PRINCIPLES, PRACTICES AND POLITICS Spring 2012 "AIDS in the African American Community" Justin Smith, MPH UNC Chapel Hill Justin_Smith@med.unc.edu

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