The HIV Center will continue as a global leader in HIV prevention and the fight to improve health outcomes and reduce HIV-related health and social disparities that disproportionately burden the most vulnerable – women, youth, racial/ethnic and sexual minority populations, and other disenfranchised groups. We will work to meet “Ending the HIV Epidemic” goals by synergizing institutional and intellectual resources; invigorating our multidisciplinary community of scientists, clinicians, and policy-makers; rigorously training a new generation of scientists; supporting research partnerships with public health policy and practice sectors; and translating transformative NIH-supported HIV/AIDS research into real-world practice and policy. We will apply the lessons learned from our research to improve the health and well being of all affected by the HIV epidemic, regardless of where they reside.
|Effective start/end date||3/28/03 → 1/31/23|
- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH
- National Institute of Mental Health
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