Located in Atlanta, the Emory AIDS International Training and Research Program (AITRP) has established itself as an interdisciplinary training environment, that is producing highly qualified HIV/AIDS researchers. The collaborating countries of the Emory AITRP proposed for this application are Mexico, Georgia, Vietnam, Rwanda and Zambia.
The specific aims of the research training program include: 1. To build academic capacity in partner countries through the support of in-country education and training. 2. To build HIV/AIDS research human resource capacity through the support of degree-seeking, long-term training. 3. To fill identified gaps in partner country research training capacity through the provision of specialized medium and short-term training. 4. To build in-country capacity to conduct implementation science research that will allow our trainees to become involved in the evaluation of the impact of a variety of interventions that are currently occurring in our collaborating countries such as PEPFAR.
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|Wall, Kristin M; Kilembe, William; Vwalika, Bellington et al. (2017) Sustained effect of couples' HIV counselling and testing on risk reduction among Zambian HIV serodiscordant couples. Sex Transm Infect 93:259-266|
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|Hernández-Romieu, Alfonso C; del Rio, Carlos; Hernández-Ávila, Juan Eugenio et al. (2016) CD4 Counts at Entry to HIV Care in Mexico for Patients under the ""Universal Antiretroviral Treatment Program for the Uninsured Population,"" 2007-2014. PLoS One 11:e0152444|
|Olp, Landon N; Minhas, Veenu; Gondwe, Clement et al. (2016) Longitudinal analysis of the humoral response to Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus after primary infection in children. J Med Virol 88:1973-81|
|Kelley, April L; Hagaman, Ashley K; Wall, Kristin M et al. (2016) Promotion of couples' voluntary HIV counseling and testing: a comparison of influence networks in Rwanda and Zambia. BMC Public Health 16:744|
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