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Protein changes in immune system determine ability to control HIV without drugs
A small number of people with HIV have the ability to control the infection without drugs. New results from a multinational study involving more than 300 investigators at over 200 institutions around the world may have found a genetic basis to explain how this happens.
Located in News / 2010 / November
UNC CFAR federal funding extended through 2016
The UNC Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) plays an active role in education and outreach, and provides developmental grant awards to support new ideas and new investigators in HIV/AIDS research.
Located in News / 2011 / September
Immune cells in the gut may improve control of HIV growth
A new study may help clarify why some people infected with HIV are better able to control the virus. It may also pinpoint a target for treatment during early HIV infection aimed at increasing the supply of certain immune cells in the gut.
Located in News / 2012 / June
Cohen profiled by Science magazine
Learn more about the HPTN study, called the "Breakthrough of the Year," in this Q&A about the the process of discovery with Dr. Mike Cohen, Director of the UNC Institute for Global Health and Infectious Diseases.
Located in Vital Signs / 2012 / April 5
Face to Face AIDS Project: April 6-9
The UNC Student Global Health Committee is sponsoring lectures, a photo exhibit, and film screenings from the Face to Face AIDS Project.
Located in Vital Signs / 2009 / April
PrEP treatment prevented HIV transmission in humanized mice
Systemic pre-exposure administration of antiretroviral drugs provides protection against intravenous and rectal transmission of HIV in mice with human immune systems, according to a new study published January 21, 2010 in the online journal PLoS ONE.
Located in Vital Signs / Archives / Vital Signs - Jan. 21, 2010
Several UNC faculty published in JAMA theme issue on HIV/AIDS
Several members of the UNC School of Medicine faculty had articles published in the Journal of the American Medical Association's (JAMA) July 23/30, 2014, HIV/AIDS theme issue.
Located in Vital Signs / 2014 / July 24