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Mark Wainberg was a great colleague and active Trustee. His contribution to HIV research, advocacy and his mentorship for so many young researchers across the globe has made genuine differences to so many lives. We will miss his tremendous support, input and encouragement.
Our Trustees
Professor Sir Ian Weller, Chairman of Trustees

Professor Ian Weller is an Emeritus Professor of Sexually Transmitted Diseases at University College London.

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Hannah Bodek

Hannah Bodek is the Director of Finance at Terrence Higgins Trust, the UK’s leading sexual health charity.

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Dr Elizabeth A. Bukusi

Dr Elizabeth A. Bukusi is a Chief Research Officer and the Deputy Director Research and Training at KEMRI.

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Frances Cowan

Frances Cowan joined LSTM on August 1st 2016 as Professor of Global Health …

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Catherine Hankins

Catherine Hankins is Deputy Director, Science at the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development, Department of Global Health …

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Eric Sandstrom

Professor at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm and a specialist in dermatovenereology.

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Deenan Pillay

Deenan Pillay is an academic clinical virologist. After a PhD in metabolic biochemistry, he studied medicine and specialised in virology. Following an NIH Fellowship on HIV drug resistance with Doug Richman (UCSD in 1993) he became Head of the then Public Health Laboratory Service National reference service for antiviral drug resistance, in Birmingham UK, before … Continue reading Deenan Pillay

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2017 Timeline

  • Application for 2018 scholarships opens 1 September 2017
  • Online application closes 20 October 2017
  • 2018 scholarships announced late December 2017

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The scholarships are for health care professionals in early/mid-career who are located in resource-limited settings from low-income and lower-middle-income countries working in the field of HIV infection. Read more to see if you are eligible.