HIV can defeat efforts to cripple it with CRISPR gene-editing technology, researchers say. And the very act of editing — involving snipping at the virus’s genome — may introduce mutations that help it to resist attack.
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CFAR Small Grant Request for Proposals April 2016
Bronwyn Myers of the South African Medical Research Council will be speaking on TOWARDS NARROWING THE TREATMENT GAP FOR SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS IN CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA
CFAR Member Lance Okeke is representing Duke with his project, Defining HIV Transmitted Drug Resistance Trends in North Carolina with Phylogenetics
'Natural resistance' to HIV in sex workers in Kenya guided vaccine research strategy
Two pioneering researchers in the HIV-AIDS field are among this year's winners of the prestigious Canada Gairdner Awards.
AOA elects a small number of fellows each year who exemplify the qualities of scholastic performance, leadership, fairness in dealing with colleagues, compassion for others, integrity of character, and service to the school and community at large.
Vacancy Notice - FIC Health Scientist Administrators
Series & Grade: GS-0601-13/14
To Apply: Positions will be posted on www.usajobs.gov in March or April
Held June 18-19, 2016 at the Trent Semans Center.
Registration and Abstract Submission are Now Open!
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The NIAID Division of AIDS and the NIMH Division of AIDS Research are organizing a workshop to discuss recent advances in phylodynamic tracking of HIV transmission networks and implications for targeting prevention, testing, and treatment efforts in close to real-time.