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.
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Awards will support ‘Trojan horse’ approach to curing HIV and effort to unlock the secrets of post-treatment control.
amfAR’s ICISTEM researchers have been unable to find HIV in a pair of stem cell transplant patients who are off ART.
amfAR awards $1.6 million to advance cure-focused research studies using nanotechnology and protein “fingerprinting.”
There are some things about curing HIV that you can only learn from people who have been cured.
New grant supports ambitious three-pronged attack on the HIV reservoir.
Our goal is to develop the scientific basis for a cure by the end of 2020.
In an IAS interview, amfAR’s Dr. Rowena Johnston and Dr. Paula Cannon of USC discuss progress and future directions of HIV cure research.
amfAR is focusing on four key questions that need to be answered in order to achieve a cure.
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