The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Center for Intervention
Research (CAIR) has received a five-year $8.7 million grant
renewal from the National Institutes of Healthís National
Institute of Mental Health, which will fund its programs through
its 25th year.
CAIR is one
of six federally-supported HIV prevention research centers in
the United States and the only center located between the
countryís east and west coasts.
will provide core infrastructure needed to stabled a foundation
for the centerís initiative over the next five years.
research team includes 12 faculty investigators, all of whom
devote their full effort to HIM prevention research and all of
whom hold primary appointments in the collegeís department of
psychiatry and behavioral medicine.
Additionally, there are 33 affiliated investigators from other
departments at the Medical College of Wisconsin and institutions
who participate in CAIR research, 25 full-time research and
administrative staff, as well as post-doctoral fellows an
agenda prioritizes the integration of behavioral and biomedical
approaches to achieve high-impact HIV prevention outcomes.