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CHRP Applicant Orientation - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa Loeb Stanga
15:18
Hello, a pdf of the slides is here: https://ucop.box.com/s/pqlwo6lgemcuj1swuyofvj98zfaxv9q0
Tyler Martz
16:35
The webinar recording, the presentation slides, as well as a Q&A document will be posted on our website here: https://www.californiaaidsresearch.org/funding-opportunities/
Tyler Martz
39:27
re-sending this for those who might have join after I shared this: The webinar recording, the presentation slides, as well as a Q&A document will be posted on our website here later today: https://www.californiaaidsresearch.org/funding-opportunities/
Tyler Martz
41:31
Regarding multiple applications, an individual can only be a PI on one application per initiative, but someone could be a key personnel (i.e. any other role other than PI) on multiple applications.
Tyler Martz
48:02
Co-PI's are not allowed for the Youth Mental & Sexual health initiative
David Moore (he/him/his)
50:23
Are multiple PIs allowed for either of the two PI types? For example could there be multiple APIs as well as a single co-PI? Or a single API with a multiple co-PIs? Thanks.
Lisa Loeb Stanga
51:00
Hi David, I"ll address live, thank you!
David Moore (he/him/his)
51:46
Thanks, Lisa. Multiple APIs are helpful for cross-departmental research within a single university.
Moni Becerra (she/her)
55:05
For the youth sexual/mental RFP, may community partners be listed in other roles if not co-PI allowed please? Thanks!
Ashley Weinberger
55:24
For the LOI character limit, does that include spaces?
Susan Buchbinder (she/her)
56:09
Can a DPH-based investigator with an academic affiliation serve as the PI of the Community Centered proposal?
Charles McWells (he/him/his)
56:30
Tell me more about the restrictions against submitting applications that include use of new technology.
sheldon morris
56:52
The community partnerships is different in the call compared to the slides which states Government partner while the call has
sheldon morris
57:19
c) One of the following:i. A representative from a Department of Public Health (DPH) that serves a portion of the identified community (which may span multiple DPH jurisdictions); funding for personnel in this category is not required; applicants should negotiate budgetary considerations directly with their DPH partner; orii. A State or local government or governmental entity, such as a school district or a justice or carceral system; oriii. A pharmaceutical industry partner or community pharmacist; oriv. Others who stand to benefit from expanded HIV prevention, treatment, and other wraparound services.
David Moore (he/him/his)
58:57
Thanks, Lisa.
Moni Becerra (she/her)
59:19
Ok awesome thank you very much!
Nancy Chamberlain
01:00:32
LOI character limits do include spaces, answering Ashley's question.
Maile Karris (she/her)
01:01:03
Are "syndemics" restricted to well characterized syndemics such as SAVA? Or can local data be sufficient justification of "micro sydnemics"
Arjan van der Star (he/him/his)
01:01:39
For the youth sexual/mental health call, 1) how young should we go down to? 2) How much integration does the agency want? That is, is this more of a sexual health program with some mental health, vice versa, or an equal blend? 3) Should this be a more targeted intervention for youth at-risk for HIV and/or at-risk for adverse mental health, or if it's meant to be more of a primary/universal prevention program?
Arjan van der Star (he/him/his)
01:07:09
Thank you! That was helpful.
Maile Karris (she/her)
01:09:26
Regarding getting to zero --- that is a major focus of funding.
Charles McWells (he/him/his)
01:10:41
When will the slides/recording of this webinar be available on your website?
Tyler Martz
01:11:14
yes, we will be posting the recording and the slides later this afternoon on our website
Maile Karris (she/her)
01:11:23
are you open to hybrid studies?
Tyler Martz
01:11:50
could you please clarify what you mean by hybrid?
Tyler Martz
01:13:17
To clarify, implementation science focus is not a requirement for the YMSH call.
patricia defechereux (she/her)
01:14:21
we have a great ongoing partnership that is highly collaborative and answers your requests, but the intervention is not what one would consider a classic intervention
Tyler Martz
01:14:43
Thank you!
David Moore (he/him/his)
01:14:43
Thanks!
Ashley Weinberger
01:14:56
Thank you!
Michael Silverberg
01:15:06
Thank you!
Moni Becerra (she/her)
01:15:15
Thank you for the wealth of information!
Jury Candelario (he, him)
01:15:20
Thank you.
Lisa Loeb Stanga
01:21:06
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