This position is grant funded.
As part of the Global Technical Assistance project, ICAP will be conducting multiple evaluations and research projects to demonstrate the impact of enhanced and novel approaches to HIV care and treatment service programs. The focus of these studies includes, but is not limited to, prevention of mother-to-child-transmission of HIV (PMTCT), linkage and retention in HIV care, improving services for adolescents living with HIV, TB care and treatment, and HIV testing, prevention, and treatment strategies.
The Bronx Prevention Center, part of ICAP at Columbia University, is a Clinical Research Site (CRS) within the NIH-funded AIDS Clinical Trials Unit at Columbia University. Located in a clinical office on East 158th Street in the Bronx, the site has over ten years of experience conducting phase 1 and 2 and observational HIV prevention clinical trials.
ICAP at Columbia University works with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MOHS) in Sierra Leone to support a broad health systems strengthening portfolio, with support from the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
The Project Director (PD) will provide strategic program, administrative and financial leadership for the CDC–funded project Scaling up Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision through Improvements in the Availability, Integration, and Quality of HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment Services in Zimbabwe under PEPFAR – CDC-RFA-GH18-1836.