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HOPWA awarded the funding to these 31 grantees.
This strategy entails genetically modifying a person’s stem cells to give rise to T cells that target and destroy cells infected with HIV.
Funding will support the DC Cohort, the “largest citywide study of people living with HIV in the United States.”
Here’s how HIV funding from the CARES Act gets divided
That’s the focus of one of three federal grants to research and address the island’s epidemic.
The federal money was awarded to the xTLC program, which will expand to include Howard Brown Health Center.
Over $12 million in grants has been awarded to the Wistar Institute to research the links between opioid receptors and immune activation.
The federal SAMHSA funding helps minorities at risk for HIV and substance use disorders.
“I think Rick Scott fueled the epidemic in Florida.”
Here’s how the $1 million in federal funds will be put to use in metropolitan counties.
Portland State University researchers are partnering with transgender women throughout the process.
Global research teams from three U.S. universities explore this HIV-tuberculosis link, thanks to a $6.2 million grant.
A $3.5 million grant to the University of Illinois at Chicago will help researchers find out.
An all-female panel of amfAR-funded HIV scientists share insights on sex differences in the HIV reservoir, gender in research and more.
The study hopes to understand why Black women, who are at higher risk for HIV, are not likely to take PrEP.
The federal funding has been awarded to the Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center in Chicago.
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