Grant: $301,957 - Department of Health and Human Services - Sep. 18, 2009
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Award Description: ARRA - Effect of Male Circumcision on Penile HPV Infection As an administrative supplement for the ongoing study of the Effect of Male Circumcision on Penile HPV infection RO1 CA114773-01 grant, we will newly hire a full-time post doctoral student employee, as well as increase percentage effort for current part-time staff, principal investigator, Dr. Jennifer Smith, and co-investigator, Dr. Michael Hudgens. This award also supports funding in order to cover necessary computer costs, residual penile exfoliated cell shipment and storage costs. This supplement award to the NCI includes a detailed description of the additional papers that will be written from the data accrued in this study. These additional staffing requests will help us to move forward on this research forward efficiently to complete a series of important manuscripts for international publication. Specific Aims of Administrative Supplement SA 1) Investigate the Competition between Individual HPV Types and Role of Multiple HPV Infections in the Natural History of HPV infections in Men SA 2) Determine the Potential Role of Co-Sexually Transmitted Infections on HPV Persistence among Circumcised and Uncircumcised Men in Kenya SA 3) Determine the Association between Penile lesions and HPV DNA Positivity, HPV viral load and socio-demographic risk factors for ascertained HPV-associated penile lesions SA 4) Determine the Effect of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection on HIV Acquisition in Circumcised and Uncircumcised men SA 5) Arrange the Shipment of Residual Penile Exfoliated Cells from Amsterdam to the United States for longer term storage
Project Description: There was no activity during the last quarter as a result of the award not being received until September 21, 2009.
Jobs Summary: No one has been hired during the last quarter as a result of the award not being received until September 21, 2009. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Not Started
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