WEBINAR: The Inter-CFAR Antiretrovirals for Prevention Working Group presents Work in progress: High sensitivity testing & translational science

This webinar will review HIV testing technologies, the importance of screening for acute HIV infection in PrEP programs, and the growing data on the impact of PrEP on HIV tests during seroconversion. We will review some of the translational science around PrEP and HIV testing and discuss some of the remaining implementation science questions on the topic.
  • Joanne Stekler, MD, MPH - Associate Professor, Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, University of Washington

San Francisco and Oakland Partner to Host AIDS 2020

“We are thrilled to share that just announced this morning, in July 2020, San Francisco and Oakland, California, USA are partnering to host the 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020), returning the world’s largest HIV conference to the Bay Area 30 years after the region emerged as an epicenter of the AIDS epidemic. A proud moment for our city and country, and we are honored to support this selection.

Excellence Award Nomination Form 2018

Call for 2018 Early Career Outstanding/Excellence Nominations:

Awards will be presented at CFAR's Mentoring Symposium on April 17, 2018. Use this form to nominate a new outstanding candidate in Basic Science, Clinical Science, or Behavioral Science. Please do not nominate previous awardees:

AIDSVu Lunch and Learn

Please join us for lunch when Patrick Sullivan, Principal Scientist at AIDSVu, will lead a demonstration and discussion about mapping the HIV epidemic in the United States, followed by a Q&A about how you can put AIDSVu to use in your work and research.

AIDSVu is a free, interactive, online mapping site that allows users to view the HIV epidemic at national, state, and local levels by transmission category, age, race, and sex.