UCLA – CHIPTS, the Center for HIV Identification Prevention and Treatment Services, at UCLA will begin taking entries for their “UCLA IMPACT 2012” contest on May 15th. This contest encourages submissions from all HIV/AIDS researchers, advocates, and supporters around the world. In an attempt to change the traditional research based format, CHIPTS hopes to reach all demographics and inspire presentations that are both innovative and creative.
Due July 15, 2012 @ 06:00 pm (PDT)
UCLA IMPACT 2012 is a global competition, open to individuals 18 and over.
A panel of leaders in the HIV/AIDS field will vote on the top presentations, as determined by criteria establish by CHIPTS. Judges include David Gere (Professor, UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures) and Neil Giuliano (CEO, San Francisco AIDS Foundation), among others.