CTN Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards Program

The CTN opens the 2017-2018 Competition for the Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards Program. Deadline for submissions is January 31, 2017.


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Five HIV-related Myths Debunked

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For World AIDS Day 2016 we’ve created an informative list of five common HIV-related misconceptions and the science behind them.


So what about the gut?

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Chronic inflammation is often mentioned when discussing HIV and related health issues but what does it mean?


Study demonstrates the acceptability of HIV point-of-care testing in inner-city emergency department

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A collaborative group of scientists in Vancouver have published results from a study showing the acceptability of point-of care testing at St. Paul’s Hospital.

(L-R) Arezou Azampanah, Research Assistant; Nancy Lipsky, National Project Manager; Dr. Neora Pick, Co-Investigator and Medical Director at Oak Tree Clinic; Laura Vicol, Nurse Practitioner; Dr. Deborah Money, Principal Investigator; Elisabeth McClymont, Masters Student; Karen Friesen, Research Nurse.

HPV vaccine safe for HIV+ girls and women: CTN 236

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The safety and potential efficacy of vaccination against the human papillomavirus (HPV) in HIV-positive women has been indicated in the results of a recent clinical trial. The outcome of this study has clearly shown that a vaccine protective against four common strains of HPV (GARDASIL) is well-tolerated and shows a solid immune response in HIV-positive […]


The CTN Postdoctoral Fellows Program offers prospective researchers with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the HIV clinical research setting, under supervision of experienced Canadian researchers.