HIV/AIDS and global health researchers at UCSF played prominent roles at the recent Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.
Dr. Paul Volberding reflects on the beginning and looks ahead toward the end of AIDS in San Francisco. Story
Dr. Diane Havlir is among the recipients of SFGH Foundation's 2015 Heroes & Hearts Award.
Peter Hunt, MD, and Mallory Johnson, PhD, have been awarded the ARI's annual Award for Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring.
AIDS Walk San Francisco will take place on Sunday, July 19, in Golden Gate Park. The UCSF coalition of teams has set a goal of $90,000 after coming in first place in fundraising in 2014. Join the UCSF ARI/Global Health Sciences team!
Efforts of the Getting to Zero Consortium, presented at a community World AIDS Day forum, are highlighted in these news stories:
How San Francisco Is Getting to Zero on HIV
By Mehroz Baig for Huffington Post
SF leaders detail plan to cut HIV infections to zero
By Matthew Bajko for Bay Area Reporter
Is PrEP the End of HIV in the US?
By Sunnivie Brydum for Advocate
Truvada may change the game for women trying to get pregnant by HIV positive partners
By Mitchel Williams
See the video on Fusion
Dr. Christopher Pilcher explains how technological advances in HIV testing are allowing for earlier identification of infection on HIV InSite.
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