UCSF receives more NIH funding for HIV/AIDS research than any other public institution in the country, making it one of the largest AIDS research entities in the world. Listed below are the labs, research centers, and trial groups that are engaged in some of the most innovative and exciting HIV research today:

UCSF Cure Team at ZSFGH

conducts trials of the management and eradication of HIV and its complications.

provides investigators a repository for HIV-infected biospecimens.

conducts research to understand RNA virus biology.

advances women's health worldwide through research, training, policy and services.

advances blood safety worldwide through research, education and policy.

is a global leader in discovery of effective HIV prevention strategies and education.

conducts research to prevent HIV infection, improve health and reduce disparities.

aims to improve HIV health outcomes through behavioral research on risk.

is a consortium of experts in HIV latency working together to find a cure for HIV.

provides assays, consultation, and education to UCSF's HIV researchers.

focuses on analysis of proteases and their inhibitors.

integrates 8 clinical sites that translate clinical research ideas into successful protocols.

provides resources and performs research to control and eliminate tuberculosis.

is an international group of more than 30 researchers collaborating to find a cure for HIV.

conducts research to better diagnose, prevent, and treat infectious diseases.

is a biomedical research program to carry out research on drugs.

conducts basic research to understand, prevent, treat and cure HIV.

focuses on HIV pathogenesis to control infection and prevent transmission.

conducts research and strengthens capacity through training.

seeks to study early HIV infection and how HIV is being transmitted now.

studies anal cancer, anal intraepithelial neoplasia and human papillomavirus.

encompasses research units located in UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.

uses molecular biology, immunology, virology and genetics to tackle immunodeficiencies.

aims to improve health and reduce disease in the world's most vulnerable populations.

aims to reduce HIV and malaria burdens in Uganda and enhance public health.

is a cohort of over 1500 persons providing a platform for translational HIV research.

uses treatment to stop HIV's spread and builds community health in Uganda and Kenya.

provides and supports HIV testing, prevention services and education.

aims to accelerate initiation of HIV treatment in Uganda with safety and efficacy.

promotes multidisciplinary HIV research in the basic, clinical and behavioral sciences.

provides a platform for translational research by following 500 HIV-infected adults in rural Uganda.

is a research network dedicated to improving the health of women with HIV in the US.