CAHR Website Launch
October 2012 - The Canadian Association for HIV Research (CAHR) is excited to announce the launch
of their newly designed Web site, which goes live today, Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 and can be found at the same
The site's homepage welcomes visitors with a bold new look, a clean design, and features content focused on
our mission, activities and funded researchers. The website will highlight new types of content, including
training tools for young researchers, a redesigned conference website, and more user-friendly architecture.
The website will be updated on a regular basis, with ground-breaking news, events, funding opportunities, researcher profiles and new
content. We will be encouraging our community to contact us through the website and sign up for our newsletter mailing list which is a
great way to stay informed.
As part of this new web site initiative, CAHR is also launching a social media campaign, including Facebook, Twitter,and YouTube.
In addition to our communications plan, there is a large amount of work planned for this year for CAHR. CAHR has: commissioned a study
on where the research gaps/opportunities lie on the Canadian HIV research landscape; in partnership with the Canadian Institutes of
Health Research (CIHR) CAHR is developing an online inventory of funded Canadian HIV research; and in addition to supporting the
academic careers of young researchers, CAHR will be putting a larger focus on the career development of women and men in
HIV/AIDS research through additional New Investigator Workshops. CAHR is also excited to announce that the 22rd annual
Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS will be held April 11-14, 2013 in Vancouver, BC. Check out the "What's On" menu for
the latest updated information.
If you experience any problems using the new website or if you have any suggestions, please contact us at email@example.com
Source: Canadian Association for HIV Research (CAHR)
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