Become an Investigator

Are you a researcher actively involved in work that aligns with the scientific priorities of the CTN? You could become a CTN Investigator with access to network expertise and resources, including concept and protocol developmental assistance, communications support, and mentoring.

Postdoctoral Program

The CTN Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards Program facilitates clinical research in HIV, hepatitis C and other sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs) and related health conditions according to the CTN Cores’ scientific vision. The program funds candidates who wish to write an HIV-related clinical research protocol, and develop and run their own trial or other interventional study.

Community Advisory Committee

The Community Advisory Committee brings together a broadly representative group of people from across Canada who are living with HIV or representing organizations fighting the epidemic. This committee reviews all protocols and informed consents submitted to the Network and makes recommendations, and provides information about the research priorities and concerns of HIV-positive Canadians.