amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research
amfAR plays a vital role in AIDS research, identifying critical gaps in our knowledge of HIV and AIDS, and supporting groundbreaking studies that often lack the preliminary data required by more traditional funders.
Leading amfAR-funded researchers gathered in New York City, November 17, to report on progress toward an HIV/AIDS cure.
In a series of short video interviews, leading HIV cure researchers discuss their work and the challenges they are striving to overcome.
A new round of grants brings amfAR’s investment in cure-focused research to more than $6 million so far this year.
amfAR launches initiative aimed at finding a cure for AIDS by 2020
In a long-term follow-up study, amfAR grantees report the effect early treatment initiation has on HIV reservoirs in young people infected at birth.
Now in its fifth year, the amfAR Research Consortium on HIV Eradication, or ARCHE, is enabling teams of researchers around the world to collaborate on a cure.
An international team of amfAR-funded researchers examined the relationship between the immune response to HIV and latent viral reservoir size. What they found may bring us one step closer to a cure.
amfAR grantees report the effect early treatment initiation has on HIV reservoirs in young people infected at birth. Their findings may have important implications for future HIV eradication strategies.
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