CFAR in the News
July 29, 2013: Understanding HIV-1 latency
Engineering students design affordable lab equipment for HIV treatment analysis in resource-limited countries.
Declining cognitive functions studied in HIV+ persons
UC San Diego CFAR investigators participate in national study
School of Medicine ranks in top 20 schools per annual survey; AIDS graduate studies rank #8 nationally.
CFAR researchers determine optimum time to start ART is within four months of HIV infection.
AntiViral Research Center faculty determine nucleic acid testing useful in HIV screening.
Faculty and staff honored at A. Brad Truax Award Ceremony on December 1, 2012.
Thirty years of research transforms HIV infection into manageable chronic condition.
Building Bridges in Reproductive Immunology, May 29 - June 1, 2013
Davey Smith, MD, MAS, has received a prestigious NIDA Avant Garde Award in HIV/AIDS Research.
UC San Diego researchers document the U.S.-Mexico cross-border HIV epidemic
Dr. Douglas Richman's accomplishments highlighted among School of Medicine's achievements.
Would you or wouldn't you?
Interview with Dr. Douglas Richman, June 3, 2011