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After a short administrative update, each meeting will include two Project updates (~ 45 mins / project) or 3 Core updates (25 mins / core). Each presentation is coordinated by the designated Project, Core, or CDP lead. The lead will consult with the PIs on their project/core and designate who will present and how the presentations will be constituted, preferably including a mix of senior and junior level presenters each month.

Teleconference meetings are held the 3rd Friday of each month at 10:00-11:30 AM PT.

November 19, 2021 Daniel Adu-Ampratwum & Rob Dick
December 17, 2021 Projects 1 & 2
January 19-21 2022 Winter Face-to-Face Meeting
February 18, 2022 TBD
March 18, 2022 Projects 3 & 4
April 15, 2022 Projects 5 & 6
May 20, 2022 Cores 1, 2, 3
June 2022, TBD Summer Face-to-Face Meeting
June 27-28, 2022 Centers for Structural Biology of HIV Meeting
July 15, 2022 TBD
August 19, 2022 CDP Presentations

The 2022 HIVE Winter Virtual Face-to-Face Meeting & Training Retreat

January 19-21, 2022

Information for attendees:

  1. Recording F2F presentations. We plan to record the F2F presentations, as in past meetings, and deposit the recording in a secure Dropbox to be accessed only by HIVE Center investigators. If you would not like to have your presentation recorded let us know before the F2F Meeting by email and at the time of your presentation. As in all F2F meetings, all information presented is confidential and not to be disclosed by attendees outside of the meeting.
  2. Training Retreat. Thanks to all that signed up for Rob’s Cryo-ET Training Retreat/Workshop! Rob will provide an overview of Cryo-ET principles, particle reconstruction, discuss some examples of his studies, and provide resource/background papers and resource links for the workshop (Rob, thanks!). See Rob’s attached agenda for the upcoming workshop (see below). A separate email will be sent to all providing the .zip packet containing the resource/background papers (also available at the link below).
  3. Breakout sessions on Day 2. The intent for the B-HIVE Project and Core breakout sessions on Day 2 will be to discuss and plan transitions to B-HIVE Projects and Cores goals, as well as discuss collaborations. The Project and Cores Leads will direct the sessions and appoint a person(s) as a session “scribe”, as we have in past F2F Winter Breakout Meetings, to take notes. The plan is to then share the broad topics discussed during the sessions during the Open Discussion on Day 2 at the end of the day. Art Olson has established a Google docs link for the session scribes to capture discussions during the sessions, which should allow us to share the notes during the Open Session and after the meeting. Art will provide information on Google doc use and the Google link at the F2F meeting.
  4. Zoom videoconferencing. We are fine-tuning the zoom format for videoconferencing, and we will provide a Zoom link in an email before the meeting.

Agenda for the Meeting

Worksheet for the Workshop

Papers for the Workshop

An NIH funding announcement for senior post-docs and first-year faculty.

The NIAID DP2 New Innovators award provides up to $300,000/year for five years to support transition to independence. This is a relatively new program at NIAID, I highly encourage senior post-docs and first-year faculty to apply. Please pass this information on to early-stage investigators who may be interested. They may contact me or the DAIDS DP2 representative, Diane Lawrence <diane.lawrence2@nih.gov> for more information. Applications are due October 14th.

PAR-20-259: NIAID New Innovators Awards (DP2 Clinical Trial Not Allowed)

NIAID DP2 FAQ

The NIAID New Innovator Award supports a postdoctoral or newly independent Early Stage Investigator of exceptional creativity who proposes novel, original and insightful research concepts with the potential to produce a major impact, test scientific paradigms, or advance key concepts on broad, important problems in biomedical research of priority to NIAID. Applications proposing unexpected convergence of disciplines, new scientific directions, or the use of novel methodologies are encouraged. Applications from individuals with diverse backgrounds and in any topic relevant to the mission of NIAID are welcome.