eThekwini CAPRISA Research Clinic Site Profile
May 12, 2017
The Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa(CAPRISA) conducts research that is globally relevant and locally responsive, contributing to understanding HIV pathogenesis, prevention and epidemiology as well as the links between tuberculosis and AIDS care. Collaboration with the HVTN to find a safe, effective HIV vaccine is integral to this work.
Dr. Glenda Gray among Time magazine’s ‘100 most influential’
April 20, 2017
Dr. Julie Overbaugh has long been committed to mentorship and graduate student training. These values have inspired the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center HIV researcher and Human Biology Division member over the past year as she settled into the newly created role of Hutch Associate Director for Graduate Education.
'As Natives, it's what we do'
March 23, 2017
A Fred Hutch and University of Washington team of virologists and bioengineers led by Dr. Keith Jerome has received a $200,000 grant — the first phase of up to $1.5 million in milestone-driven funding over four years — to develop nanocarrier technology to deliver therapies to reservoirs of dormant, HIV-infected cells.
A decade has passed since the first of two stem cell transplants cured Brown of both leukemia and HIV, making him the first and so far only person to be cured of the virus that causes AIDS. Sunday’s “birthday” celebration, a tradition among transplant cancer survivors, capped a day-long workshop on HIV cure research on the eve of a major HIV scientific meeting, the annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, or CROI, being held in Seattle.
February 7, 2017
A decade after the first and so far only known HIV cure, researchers are hard at work to find a cure for many more.
It’s a tradition to celebrate the anniversary of a lifesaving bone marrow transplant as a rebirth. By that measure, today marks the 10th “birthday” of one of the world’s best known transplant survivors: Timothy Ray Brown.
Dr. Larry Corey: 35 Years in the AIDS Trenches
June 13, 2016
Today the founder and leader of the world’s largest HIV vaccine network, Corey will deliver a plenary talk on the state of HIV vaccine development at next month’s AIDS 2016 conference, the biannual meeting of the International AIDS Society, in Durban, South Africa. In August, he will be the keynote speaker at the third Conference on Cell and Gene Therapy for HIV cure at Fred Hutch about an even more challenging goal: an HIV cure.
Dr. Larry Corey, virologist and Fred Hutch president and director emeritus, and Dr. David Baltimore, president emeritus of the California Institute of Technology - Caltech, wrote in a guest post for Forbes about their pursuit of an HIV vaccine.
Getting malaria on purpose
April 25, 2016
April 7, 2016
First Study to Evaluate Efficacy of Broadly Neutralizing Monoclonal Antibody in Reducing Acquisition of HIV-1 Infection Among At Risk Populations
Super survivors: What those with HIV who don’t get sick can teach us
December 14, 2015
7 Myths About HIV and the Facts You Need to Know
November 17, 2015
Charlie Sheen reveals he’s HIV positive
November 17, 2015