Peter Hunt, MD, and Mallory Johnson, PhD, have been awarded the ARI's annual Award for Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring.
The December 22 New Yorker includes a story by Jerome Groopman featuring ARI scientists Steve Deeks and Mike McCune.
ARI Director Paul Volberding has issued a statement on Ebola and signed on to a letter to US governors opposing mandatory 21-day quarantine of healthcare volunteers returning from West Africa working in response to the disease.
Statement | Letter
UCSF's Ebola response
ARI scientists were well represented at the recent XX International AIDS Conference in Melbourne.
List of presentations
Efforts of the Getting to Zero Consortium, presented at a community World AIDS Day forum, are highlighted in these news stories:
How San Francisco Is Getting to Zero on HIV
By Mehroz Baig for Huffington Post
SF leaders detail plan to cut HIV infections to zero
By Matthew Bajko for Bay Area Reporter
Is PrEP the End of HIV in the US?
By Sunnivie Brydum for Advocate
Lessons at UCSF from the Early AIDS Epidemic (April 16, 2014)
World AIDS Day: Getting to Zero Community Forum (December 3, 2013)
Dr. Christopher Pilcher explains how technological advances in HIV testing are allowing for earlier identification of infection.
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