Research in Progress Meetings

research in progress


Research in Progress Meetings are a forum where researchers can solicit feedback and discuss research ideas, study design and implementation, results, and dissemination with fellows, clinicians, and senior HIV researchers and biostatisticians. Researchers may present their proposed, ongoing, or completed study at any stage of the research.

Preparing to present at a Research in Progress Meeting:

  • Presentations should include:
    • Brief overview of the proposed, ongoing or completed research study
    • 1-3 objectives (i.e., research issues the presenter would like feedback/guidance on)
    • Background information and data (as applicable)
  • Invite/assign a note-taker who can document the feedback provided
  • Invite colleagues and mentors who have expertise in the area of research to be presented
  • Presentations are followed by a 20-25 minute discussion on stated objectives

For a list of upcoming Research in Progress Meetings, click here.

If you are interested in presenting at a future Research in Progress Meeting, please submit a request to the Administrative Core via the Research Navigation Portal

If interested in presenting in advance of a grant deadline, abstract deadline or conference presentation, please contact CHARM several weeks or months in advance of the deadline to coordinate an appropriate date for your presentation.