ARI is recruiting for a new JFAR Co-Chair!

ARI is recruiting for a new Junior Faculty in AIDS Research (JFAR) Co-Chair, with applications due 5p Wednesday, May 10th. The role of the JFAR co-chair will include setting and executing the JFAR annual agenda (activities can include small luncheons on focused topic - particularly those focused on supporting women and URM investigators, trainings, and networking events at major HIV conferences), engaging the JFAR community to evaluate and plan ARI activities targeted towards early-stage investigators, engaging with other mentoring/junior faculty groups across campus, and participating in the ARI Leadership Committee. Co-Chairs typically serve 3-4 year terms. The role comes with flexible support of $10,000 per year, typically used to cover salary gaps. 

Eligibility: Assistant professors and postdoctoral fellows with a UCSF primary or secondary appointment (as long as they can receive funds at UCSF).

Application process and deadline: By 5p, Wednesday 5/10, please fill out the brief form below (link here if there are any issues with the form) and attach your CV/Biosketch along with a cover letter detailing 1) your interest in the position, 2) your relevant research and mentoring experience, 3) your ideas for enhancing JFAR Program activities (with particular emphasis on activities that support URM and female trainees), and 4) discuss any other factors you think should be considered by the review committee.