The Mission of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)-Charles Drew University (CDU) CFAR is to stop HIV in Los Angeles County and beyond through engaging diverse researchers with multidisciplinary perspectives. The UCLA-CDU CFAR will strengthen and amplify the impact of existing research activities and launch new partnerships across Los Angeles and globally through our focus on three themes: 

We will STOP HIV by

  • preventing new HIV infections (Prevention)
  • reducing morbidity among people living with HIV (Treatment) and
  • developing strategies for eradication (ART-free Remission).
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[REGISTER NOW] UCLA CTSI R Grant Writing Two-Day Virtual Workshop

The UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) will be holding a two-day workshop for investigators at the CTSI partnered institutions (Cedars-Sinai, CDU, Lundquist Institute at Harbor-UCLA, and UCLA) to learn about how to prepare successful R grant applications.…

2023 Inter-CFAR Women and HIV Symposium Women and HIV across the Lifespan

December 6-7, 2023                        Mission Bay Conference Center, 1675 Owens St., San Francisco, CA The goal of the Inter-CFAR Women and HIV Symposium is to identify gaps in knowledge in HIV…

[REGISTER NOW] HIV & Aging Conference – September 18-19, 2023

Join us on September 18-19 in Sacramento, CA, for the first ever Collaboration in Care Conference: Improving HIV and Aging Services! We’re bringing experts from across the Western U.S. to share best practices in case management, clinical care, social services,…

2022-2023 CTSI Distinguished Speaker Series

CTSI-Distinguished Speaker Series Every Wednesday at 12:00 PM PST Check us out on YouTube! See all recorded seminars here. Please RSVP below for each event you plan to attend. Your registration helps to ensure an accurate headcount for lunch service and…

Ending the HIV Epidemic 2022 Supplements: Two-Year Awards for Equity-focused approaches to reduce HIV-related health disparities

New Funding Awarded To UCLA-CDU CFAR and UCLA CHIPTS To Support The Ending The HIV Epidemic Initiative In September 2022, the UCLA-CDU CFAR and UCLA Center for HIV Identification, Prevention and Treatment Services (CHIPTS) received funding for a total…

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Letter of Intent DUE:  October 25, 2023
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