Acknowledge the Core


If work performed for you at the San Diego CFAR Translational Virology Core results in publication, please acknowledge us with the following statement and please e-mail a PDF of your publication to the Core Administrator: 

This work was performed with the support of the Translational Virology Core at the San Diego Center for AIDS Research (P30 AI036214).


Faculty and Staff of the Translational Virology Core please use the following acknowledgement statement for our publications: 

This work was supported by the Department of Veterans Affairs and grants from the National Institutes of Health.
DK131532 (R01 Smith - Gut); AI169609 (P01 Smith - HOME);  DA047039 (R33 Smith - Opioid Impacts);  AI131385 (P01 Smith - R3 Rebound);  AI100665 (Smith - K24 Training);  AI036214 (Smith - CFAR);  AI126620 (Smith - BEAT-HIV Delaney Collaboratory);  AI164570 (Montaner - BEAT-HIV Delaney Collaboratory);  AI007384 (HOPE - T32 Training);  MH062512 (Heaton - HNRC);  AI106039 (Little - PIRC);  AI147821 (Gianella - CMV Replication on HIV Persistence);  DA051915 (Gianella – Avenir: HIV-Associated Opioid Micro-Environment [HOME]);  AI164559 (Gianella - HOPE Collaboratory);  AI158293 (R56 Gianella- Reproductive Aging HIV Persistence);  DA055491 (R01 Chaillon - Myeloid Cells HIV-associated Damage and Viral Dispersal);  OD026565 (K01 LaMere - Comparative Retroviral Epigenomics);  AI162225 (R21 LaMere - Impact Proviral Epigenetics on HIV-1 Rebound);  AI068636 (Currier - ACTG);  CA023100 (Lippman-Specialized Cancer Center Support grant).

The following grants also contributed support:
The James B. Pendleton Charitable Trust;  IN-US-292-4217 (Little - NIH/Gilead, Deep-Sequencing of HIV-1: M184I/V study);  MISP#60300 (Chaillon - Merck, Pooled nucleic acid testing SARS-CoV-2)

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