Monthly Seminar Series

The monthly CFAR Seminar Series brings together the UCSF CFAR community to hear important updates in HIV science from world-class HIV researchers and local early stage investigators. The seminar will vary in format and will include external and internal speakers. For now, the CFAR seminar series will usually be held once monthly, online via Zoom from 9am-10am on the first Wednesday of every month. Of note, this follows HIV Grand Rounds (from the Division of HIV, ID and Global Medicine) for those of you attend.

CFAR Science Spotlight

Every other month, following the CFAR Seminar, we will host a Science Spotlight on one of our CFAR Affiliates from 10am-11am. 

CFAR Seminar
PrEP EquityEquity-informed PrEP Programs: Methods, Metrics, and Public Health Consequences
Evaluating Predictors of Oral Daily vs Oral On-Demand PrEP Amongst MSM at a Sexual Health Clinic in San Francisco
CFAR Spotlight on SFDPH
HIV research serving the trans community at the SFDPH
SFDPH’s Center on Substance Use and Health
Carr Auditorium (ZSFG Building 3)
Carr Auditorium (ZSFG Building 3)

Zoom details to be announced

Carr Auditorium (ZSFG Building 3)
Multi-level Risk Factors for HIV Prevention and Care Among Black Sexual Minority Men: The N2 Cohort Study
Cure of HIV-1 Infection: Lessons Learnt from Elite Controllers
Look back plus updates on HIV cure and programs for patients experiencing homelessness
Insights from Domestic and Global Service to HIV
Advancing mHealth interventions for the PrEP Care Continuum
Not done yet: Mobilizing science, policy, and political will for the global response to HIV
“IRL vs Online": Time to rethink the design of mHealth HIV Interventions for sexual and gender minority youth?