Global Infectious Diseases Institute Poised to Move Forward After First Meeting

November 14, 2017 by

The University of Virginia’s new Global Infectious Diseases Institute recently held its first working meeting, which brought together its discipline-diverse membership to discuss ways to tackle some of the biggest health issues and problems facing society worldwide.  During the symposium, CIC member and Institute director Alison Criss, announced a call for proposals for collaborative research seed and planning grants. Projects funded under those grants will bring together multiple UVA researchers as teams to answer pressing challenges in the realm of global infectious diseases, using multi-disciplinary approaches that could not be accomplished by individual investigators.


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