What is the Community Advisory Board (CAB)?
The Fenway Institute’s research CAB is an exciting group that speaks for the concerns of the community on HIV and other public health issues related to research.
The CAB offers a chance to interact with nationally recognized researchers and participate in the “behind-the-scenes” happenings of world class studies.
What does the CAB do?
CAB members provide input to Fenway research staff and investigators on study design, protocols, enrollment, recruitment efforts and community education. Some CAB members may even have an opportunity to represent Fenway at national meetings or forums.
Who is on the CAB?
Anyone interested in representing community perspectives is welcome to volunteer as a Community Advisory Board member. The CAB is your voice!
How do I get involved?
CAB meetings are held monthly in the evenings at Fenway Health, 1340 Boylston Street, Boston. Those interested in attending meetings or joining the CAB are encouraged to call 617.927.6450 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.