The Indiana Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) is increasing collaborative research in all aspects of HIV/AIDS prevention and care throughout Indiana. Investigators at this center are pursuing novel methods to improve access to care for all persons living with HIV/AIDS, improving retention in care and adherence to treatment, reducing comorbidities for those living with HIV, increasing community engagement and education—and hope to eventually cure HIV.
Scientific Working Groups
Several Scientific Working Groups have received pilot funding from the Center for AIDS Research to develop new interdisciplinary collaborative scientific projects with a goal to apply for extramural funding in the near future.
Developmental of Dual Agents Capable of Simultaneously Activating HIV-1 Latency and Preventing New Infection (Directors Andy Yu, MD, PhD and Jean Chmielewski).