AIDS Treatment News #229, August 18, 1995
Bastyr University's AIDS Research Center will award two to
five grants, totaling $105,000, "for the investigation and
evaluation of promising therapies currently in use for
treating people with HIV or AIDS." Applicants should obtain a
copy of the RFA (Request for Applications), send a letter of
intent as soon as possible, and must submit their proposal by
the deadline, Tuesday, October 3. Grants should be awarded on
January 15, 1996.
The AIDS Research Center was established in October 1994 by a
grant from the Office of Alternative Medicine of the U.S.
National Institutes of Health. Its mission is "(1) to
describe forms and patterns of use of alternative medical
therapies for the treatment of patients with HIV infection
and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), and (2)
evaluate effectiveness of alternative therapies for the
treatment of HIV/AIDS from five program areas of alternative
medicine: nutrition, traditional and ethnomedicine, energetic
therapies, pharmacological and biological therapies, and
For information or a copy of the RFA, contact Cherie Reeves,
Project Coordinator, 206/517-3578.