Dr. Betty Nsangi, a clinical assistant professor at BCM in Uganda and former AITRP fellow, received the Global Research Initiative Program for New Foreign Investigators (GRIP) award from the Fogarty International Center. The R01 is titled, “Incidence, determinants and outcomes of latent and active TB among HIV-infected children.” The aim of the project is to determine the burden of latent and active TB and their treatment outcome among HIV-infected children in Uganda. This award assists her in developing her research platform and affords a platform for expanding new research collaborations.