ARCHIVED  September 12, 2011

CSU receives $1.9 million for HIV programs

FORT COLLINS – Colorado State University will receive $1.9 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide HIV testing and prevention programs throughout the United States.

The CSU Department of Ethnic Studies’ National Center for Community Readiness will be funded for more than four years through the grant. It is one of 30 organizations to share in a $110 million cooperative agreement.

Pamela Jumper-Thurman, CSU researcher and center director, is the principal investigator of the grant. The project will focus on assisting individuals, organizations and communities in delivering evidence-based HIV prevention and intervention.

FORT COLLINS – Colorado State University will receive $1.9 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide HIV testing and prevention programs throughout the United States.

The CSU Department of Ethnic Studies’ National Center for Community Readiness will be funded for more than four years through the grant. It is one of 30 organizations to share in a $110 million cooperative agreement.

Pamela Jumper-Thurman, CSU researcher and center director, is the principal investigator of the grant. The project will focus on assisting individuals, organizations and communities in delivering evidence-based HIV prevention and intervention.

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