UCSF Global Health Works to End HIV in Tanzania
The Global Strategic Information group at UCSF IGHS manages large-scale surveillance to learn what drives the epidemic. Learn more at IGHS News.
Dr. Diane Havlir Wins Duke University Medical School 2017 Distinguished Alumna Award
UCSF Chief of the Division of HIV/AIDS, Infectious Disease, and Global Health receives award from her alma mater. Read about it on the Duke website.
UCSF Launches Capital Campaign and Highlights UCSF HIV Researchers and Clinicians
The campaign highlights the innovative work of UCSF teams, and celebrates the work of many of our HIV experts. At 2017's State of the University Address, UCSF's work towards eradicating HIV was also lauded.
PBS NewsHour Series on Ending AIDS Featuring UCSF HIV Faculty Experts Wins National Emmy
Ending AIDS highlights work being done domestically and abroad by UCSF investigators. Watch the clip of the award for Science, Medical, and Environmental Reporting.
HIV Medicine Association Honors Dr. Monica Gandhi as 2017 Clinical Educator and Research Leader
Dr. Gandhi is an internationally recognized clinician and educator who weaves teaching and mentoring into all aspects of her work. Read about this honor on the HIVMA site.
UCSF HIV Clinician Dr. Edward Machtinger Reframes HIV to Psychology Today
On National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the women's health, HIV, and trauma expert discusses the virus as a symptom of the results of trauma.
ARI Director Dr. Paul Volberding Talks to Rochester Post-Bulletin About Career in HIV
Detailing how he started his medical training in oncology and its development into his HIV expertise, he highlights the excitement around a cure. Read the whole article here.
New Funding Partnership for Reduced HIV Therapies Under Threat from U.S. Budget Cuts
ARI Director of Strategic Communications and Partnerships Dr. Larkin Callaghan and Division of HIV Clinical Fellow Dr. Mike Reid comment to the Independent on the importance of continued funding for HIV care abroad.
Aggressive Prevention Pays Off as New HIV Infections in SF Hit a Record Low
The San Francisco Chronicle highlights the work of multiple UCSF physicians as they report on decreasing HIV infections in the city.
UCSF HIV Researchers and Clinicians Work on Food Insecurity For Those with HIV in San Francisco
A team at ZSFGH led by Dr. Sheri Weiser and Dr. Kartika Palar focus on "food as medicine" for populations in need. Read the full story here.
Cutting U.S. Foreign Aid for HIV Would Cost Lives, Without Much Savings
Drs. Diane Havlir and Eric Goosby talk to Reuters about the costs for funding and their impact on new infections. Read the full story here.
Amy Lockwood Discusses New Threats to Global Health and the Role of Philanthropy
Lockwood's keynote at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Program on Global Politics and Security, was part of The Stockholm Act, a weeklong festival that brings together people from art, science, politics and business to explore the steps we can take to build a sustainable world. The whole keynote can be viewed on their site.
Drs. Paul Volberding and Peter Chin-Hong Comment to Healio about the Impact of Global Aid Cuts
Both physicians highlighted the impact that slashing foreign aid would have on HIV transmission and care after an Annals of Internal Medicine article laid out alternative HIV cutback strategies. Dr. Volberding also spoke to MedPage Today, and Dr. Eric Goosby to Medscape, about the prospects.
Dr. Monica Gandhi Explains the Meaning of 'Undetectable'
UCSF at IAS2017
UCSF brings strong showing to the 2017 International AIDS Conference. Read the details of our investigators' work presented here.
ARI Director Dr. Paul Volberding Featured in Documentary "HIV & AIDS Research - Its History and Future"
The film covers a meeting at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory featuring some of the most prominent HIV researchers and clinicians in the world. Watch the video here.
UCSF Raises Over $100,000 for AIDS Walk SF 2017
Some of the funds will contribute to the UCSF Golden Compass program - read more at UCSF.
Every Step Forward: AIDS "Getting to Zero"
In Dr. Dan Lowenstein's Executive Vice Chancellor newsletter, he gives an overview of the current work being done by some of our leading investigators, including Drs. Paul Volberding, Diane Havlir, and Jay Levy.
UNAIDS Test and Treat Goals Surpassed in East Africa, Thanks to UCSF Researchers
UCSF Performs Pioneering Transplant Surgery from HIV+ Donor to HIV+ Recipient
Is There HIV in My Brain? UCSF Neurologist Dr. Joanna Hellmuth Fills Us in
Dr. Hellmuth talks to BetaBlog about how the virus works in the brain.
Diane Havlir on Nearing the End of HIV/AIDS
Dr. Havlir spoke about SF's coordinated efforts at Fortune’s Brainstorm Health Conference on May 2. Read the full story on UCSF.
Jeff Sheehy, of UCSF AIDS Research Institute, Appointed as San Francisco Supervisor
Read the full story on UCSF.
HIV Cure Summit
Watch the community update on progress toward an HIV cure, featuring ARI researchers, here.
Getting to Zero World AIDS Day Event
CAPS Turns 30
UCSF's Center for AIDS Prevention conducts cutting-edge prevention research to help end the AIDS epidemic.
UCSF Is Top Team for AIDS Walk
UCSF topped all fundraising teams for AIDS Walk San Francisco 2016, and ZSFG's Ward 86 gets $100K in proceeds. See the full story.
UCTV Profile of Diane Havlir
The work of one of the ARI's leaders is highlighted in a UCTV-produced video entitled Diane Havlir: SEARCHing for the End of AIDS.
Women's HIV Program Highlighted
The Commonwealth Fund publication Transforming Care further highlights the innovative trauma-informed work being done at the Women's HIV Program at UCSF.
Q&A about WHP's trauma-informed care
Overview on trauma's impact on health
AIDS 2016 Conference
UCSF scientists continue to be on the cutting edge of HIV/AIDS research. Read about their contributions to the AIDS 2016 conference in Durban, South Africa here.
The End of AIDS?
A new PBS Newshour series profiles initiatives that are working to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Watch how UCSF is involved in this bold mission here.
Reducing HIV Disparities in California
The California HIV/AIDS Research Program (CHRP) is funding 3 collaborations to reduce disparities in HIV prevention, testing and treatment in California. Read more here.
Countdown to a Cure
Spurred by three decades of momentum and fresh funding, scientists mount a major effort to finally defeat AIDS. Read the UCSF Magazine story here.
Feature on HIV Survivors
They outlived an epidemic, but San Francisco’s AIDS survivors are still fighting for their lives. Read the SF Chronicle's feature, "Last Men Standing," here.
UCSF Women's Program Featured
The UCSF Women's Program led by Dr. Edward Machtinger offers trauma-centered care to address the full range of issues impacting women living with HIV. Read the SF Chronicle article here.
UCSF Is Well Represented at CROI
View a compilation of UCSF talks and poster presentations at the 2016 CROI (Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections) in Boston here.
$20M Grant from amfAR Funds HIV Cure Research
With $20 million over five years, the amfAR Institute for HIV Cure Research will support the work of scientists at UCSF, Gladstone, Blood Systems Research Institute and other partners at the forefront of the effort to cure AIDS. News story | Video
KQED on UCSF's Search for a Cure
Dr. Paul Volberding is featured in the KQED News story A Cure for AIDS: Scientists Say It's "On the Horizon" by Lindsey Hoshaw.
Women's HIV Program to Participate in Trauma-Informed Care Initiative
Advancing Trauma-Informed Care is a national initiative aimed at understanding how health care settings can implement trauma-informed approaches to improve patient outcomes and decrease costs. Press release
PBS Covers Getting to Zero
PBS Newshour highlights efforts of the Getting to Zero Consortium in San Francisco in the video story San Francisco bolsters anti-AIDS campaign with new funding.
HIV/AIDS Research Priorities at NIH
See the slides from this recent talk by Dr. Judith Auerbach.
Getting to Zero in SF
The New York Times ran this story about our efforts as part of the citywide Getting to Zero consortium. Full story