We are excited to announce the 2022 Collaborative Development Program (CDP) Awardees. This year, the CDP will provide support for three innovative investigators to bring new, synergistic methodologies to the Center and be fully integrated in the B-HIVE community. Luiza Mendonça (Assistant Professor at University of Minnesota) will use cryo-imaging to investigate how HIV subverts cellular pathways to move across cells and find new targets to infect. Sophie Harvey (Research Scientist at Ohio State University) will use native mass spectrometry to characterize the interactions of the HIV-1 capsid protein with small molecule antivirals. Daniel Adu-Ampratwum (Research Scientist at Ohio State University) will continue for a second year with his work in the design and synthesis of small molecule probes to target HIV capsid during viral assembly and entry.