In addition, while the workshops were originally tailored to mentor the next generation of HIV researchers, career development has become an important new focus as the breadth and depth of the sessions continues to expand. CAHR would like to thank its funding partners, without whom this workshop series would not be possible.
Mid-Career ID Workshop - POSTPONED
In partnership with the Canadian Foundation for Infectious Diseases (CFID) and CIHR’s Institute of Infection and Immunity (III) and HIV/AIDS Research Initiative, CAHR will be holding a second Professional Development Workshop for Infectious Disease Researchers. This workshop will address this learning gap and offer participants the chance to learn from those with a wealth of experience in such domains as academic leadership, commercializing research, building consortiums and networks, and communicating effectively with decision-makers.
New Investigator Workshop - POSTPONED
To be held in conjunction with the 2020 CAHR Conference, the 13th annual CAHR New Investigator Workshop will bring together aspiring HIV researchers – ranging from Master’s students to New Faculty — from all research disciplines. Mentorship sessions and presentations from leading Canadian HIV researchers on topics such as getting your grant-funded, writing, publishing and working with the community will be part of the one-day event.
Research Integrity Workshop, Victoria, June 11-12, 2020
CAHR will be hosting a two-day integrated training workshop focusing on research integrity training for social sciences and humanities. This workshop will be structured around a series of interrelated topics utilizing shorter lightning talks, multimedia presentations, writing sessions, and in-depth expert presentations from a diverse range of leading Canadian social scientists. By aligning integrity throughout all aspects of a researcher's career goals and activities (including into such topics as writing, authorship, peer review, and research dissemination and promotion), this workshop will aim to ensure that research integrity is understood as central to the career success of social science researchers in the realm of HIV, HCV and STBBI. Registration information will be available in the coming weeks and by contacting email@example.com