CHIPTS Affiliated Organizations

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The mission of the California HIV/AIDS Research Program is to:

Support excellent, timely, and innovative research that is attentive to the needs of California and that accelerates progress towards prevention and a cure for HIV/AIDS.

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The mission of the UCLA CARE Center is three-fold.

CARE: provide exceptional and state-of-the-art care to patients with HIV and AIDS.

RESEARCH: facilitate a broad program of clinical, behavioral and prevention research in HIV, and develop and clinically evaluate new treatment and novel therapeutic approaches for HIV, HIV-related diseases and co-infections, and complications of therapy to improve patients’ quality of life.

EDUCATION: educate HIV positive patients and people at risk for HIV infection throughout Los Angeles about treatment and prevention, and engage with community leaders and partner organizations in the greater discourse about HIV and HIV-related diseases and co-infections.

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UCLA Department of Family Medicine is:

Consistent with the tripartite mission of the school of medicine, that is, patient care, medical education and research, they seek to improve the health and health care of families and communities in the Los Angeles metropolitan area through the provision of cost effective, accessible, high quality medical care for all. Further, they sponsor an extensive medical education program for medical students, family medicine residents, fellows and other trainees. Finally, their research division addresses the intercept between academia and community through a focus on vulnerable, elderly and underserved populations.

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The UCLA Program in Global Health:

Partners with academic institutions in developing countries to advance prevention, policy, and clinical research for HIV/AIDS and other diseases in all regions of the world. We work with our developing-country partners to integrate treatment and prevention of HIV, implement innovative prevention programs, stimulate the implementation of beneficial policies and laws, address gender inequity, and train the next generation of U.S. and developing-country scientists and advocates to continue this essential work.

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 UCLA AIDS Institute and The Centers for AIDS Research (CFAR):

 UCLA AIDS Institute provides a unique, multidisciplinary environment for researchers who are assailing HIV from a dozen disciplines and directions. Institute members include faculty working in virology and immunology, genetics, cancer, neurology, ophthalmology, epidemiology, social science, public health, nursing, and disease prevention.  The UCLA AIDS Institute receives most of its infrastructure support from the Centers for AIDS Research (CFAR) program of the National Institutes of Health. The program supports a multidisciplinary environment by promoting basic, behavioral, clinical, and translational research in prevention, detection, and treatment of HIV infection and AIDS. Their mission is to create synergy among diverse research disciplines that result in significant breakthroughs in understanding, preventing and treating HIV infection.

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