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The Columbia University Center for AIDS Research

The Columbia University Center for AIDS Research (CU-CFAR) is a center funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and is designed to stimulate collaborations and interdisciplinary research among a diverse group of investigators including: basic, clinical, epidemiological, behavioral, and translational researchers dedicated to prevention, detection, and treatment of HIV/AIDS. There are 21 CFARs nationwide.

Aims of the CU-CFAR:
  • Provide scientific leadership in the field of HIV/AIDS
  • Stimulate scientific collaborations and interdisciplinary translational research
  • Support training and education
  • Facilitate capacity for HIV/AIDS research in developing countries
  • Enhance community knowledge and awareness of HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, and research
  • Support efforts to involve hard-to-reach populations in HIV/AIDS clinical research

The Columbia University Center for AIDS Research



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