AIDS Research Institute
Established in 1996, the AIDS Research Institute has bridged the gap between clinicians, research scientist and community members of San Diego. The AIDS Research Institute has:
- Helped local researchers share ideas and together, devise new approaches to prevent, diagnose, and treat HIV/AIDS;
- Provided support to UCSD clinicians with HIV testing, clinical equipment and furnishings, and HIV/AIDS outreach;
- Supported seminars and educational programs for researchers, clinicians, and patients; and
- Raised funds to cover expenses which federal funding does not permit!
The University of California, San Diego AIDS Research Institute is thrilled to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the translational HIV research branch - UC San Diego Center for AIDS Research, CFAR. CFAR has contributed to ARI's mission and added value to HIV/AIDS research through various programs, services and internal funding opportunities.
One of the newest values is the Emerging Researchers. A $20 donation can help our Emerging Researchers change the world! Read more about it here!