Professor David Cooper, AO (1948-2018)
2023 APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED
Investigators from Early Stage Investigators from Resource-Limited Settings
Applications to attend the 25th International Workshop on Long-term Complications of HIV and SARS-CoV-2 (Washington, DC, USA, 14th - 15th December 2023) and the associated Career Development Studio (13th December 2023 at NIH) as “Cooper Scholars” are now closed.
Download the Cooper Scholar Application Form
Four scholarships will be awarded in memory of the late Professor David Cooper, a giant in HIV research and co-founder of the Comorbidities Workshop.
Scholarship Awardees will receive:
- Free registration to the Comorbidities Workshop (13th - 15th December 2023)
- Round-trip air travel to Washington, DC, USA (economy class)
- Accommodation of up to 4 nights in total
Applications are welcomed from investigators engaged in HIV co-morbidity research or long COVID research who are:
- From a low or lower-middle income country defined by World Bank criteria (https://datatopics.worldbank.org/world-development-indicators/the-world-by-income-and-region.html)
- Early Stage Investigators from any country (defined as an investigator currently in a training programme or who has completed a training programme [degree programme, residency, post-doctoral fellowship] within the past 10 years)
Applicants are required to:
- Submit an abstract via the online portal following submission guidelines.
Comorbidities Workshop submission site https://abstract.intmedpress.com/submit/start.cfm
- Provide a 400-word summary of current interests in HIV co-morbidity research or long COVID research and career goals
- Provide a curriculum vitae
- Provide a 1-page letter of recommendation from Division/Department Head or Research Supervisor
- Provide a completed application form
Please email applications and supporting documentation to: firstname.lastname@example.org
2023 applications are now closed