2013 CFAR Scientific Symposium: Implementation Sciences and the Global Response to HIV/AIDS

For the first time in the global response to HIV/AIDS, consensus is emerging that turning the tide against the global pandemic is possible. Treatment of HIV infection has evolved from toxic, complex and relatively brittle to well tolerated, simple and potent. HIV-infection persons, especially if treated early in the course of disease, can expect normal lifespans.

11th CFAR Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Network (SBSRN) Conference

The purpose of the CFAR Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Network (SBSRN) is to foster cross CFAR collaborations between behavioral and social scientists, to share strategies on how behavioral and social scientists communicate with basic scientists, to provide a forum for the exchange of the most recent information in the behavioral sciences regarding HIV/AIDS, and to mentor the next generation of behavioral social scientists.

The UCSF-Gladstone CFAR hosted the 11th SBSRN meeting in October 2017.