Below are Gilead’s Research Scholar Program International HIV Awardees and their research titles. As the program values diverse voices and innovative research topics to address areas of unmet medical need, you do not need to duplicate previous research topics in order to be successful for an Award.
Any basic, clinical, epidemiological, behavioural, implementation science or community-based research proposal that addresses an area of unmet medical need in HIV is welcome.
For other examples of exceptional applications, please visit the NIH’s RO1 sample applications through this helpful resource: https://www.niaid.nih.gov/grants-contracts/sample-applications.
2023 Award Recipients
Jasmini Alagaratnam, PhD, MBBS
Imperial College London
"Associations between plasma biomarkers and longitudinal changes in cognitive function in people living with treated HIV infection: The POPPY study"
Andreas Knudsen, MD, PhD
"Incident Coronary Artery Disease in Persons Living With HIV"
Míriam Rosás-Umbert, PhD
"Mapping determinants of immune-mediated control of HIV at single cell level"
2021 Award Recipients
Sara Morón-López, PhD
AIDS Research Institute IrsiCaixa
"Modulating viral splicing as a strategy to cure HIV"
Philipp Schommers, MD, PhD
University Hospital of Cologne
"Characterization of HIV-1 resistance to CD4 binding site broadly neutralizing antibodies"
Shringar Rao, PhD
"Activating innate viral RNA-sensing pathways to selectively kill the HIV-reservoir"
- Job Code: IHQ-UNB-4883
- Date of Prep: October 2023