CTN Investigators participate in the Network, and contribute to its overall goals. They are able to access Network expertise and resources, including concept and protocol developmental assistance, communication support, and mentoring, where appropriate.
Expectations, opportunities, membership eligibility/selection processes, and nomination processes differ between types of membership and are clearly outlined in membership agreements. The CTN strives to communicate regularly with its Investigators and members through direct contact as well as newsletters, ensure it receives maximum input from stakeholders, and exchange information in both directions.
See below for an alphabetized list of current CTN Investigators. Individual lists can also be viewed for members of our four research cores. For more information about the Cores and their organization, see our our Core Research Teams page.
Despite efforts to reduce new incidences of HIV like condom campaigns, needle exchanges, and treatment as prevention, the actual number…
The CIHR Canadian HIV Trials Network (CTN/Network) is an innovative partnership funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to…
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CTN Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Malika Sharma writes about the current state of PrEP in Canada and how CTN 303 looks to change the way these HIV prevention drugs are delivered.