The Center for HIV Identification, Prevention, and Treatment Services (CHIPTS) is a collaboration of diverse, multi-disciplinary HIV researchers from UCLA, Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science, Friends Research Institute, and the RAND Corporation. Funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health, CHIPTS promotes collaborative research, fosters networking, and supports capacity building among communities and agency partners in efforts to eliminate new HIV infections and health disparities among key populations with HIV-associated comorbidities.

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On March 11, 2024, the White House released President Joe Biden’s Fiscal Year 2025 (FY25) Federal Budget, Which includes important investments in HIV […]

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The purpose of the Policy Impact Core is to translate CHIPTS research findings into policy impact. In our communities, there remain significant gaps between our targeted efforts around HIV […]


March 10th marks Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a critical reminder of the ongoing battle against HIV/AIDS among women. The CDC reported […]


February 28, 2024 — Today marks the third annual HIV is Not a Crime Awareness Day. The Sero Project, in collaboration with the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, first observed this day in 2022 to spread awareness […]


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UCLA HIV Grand Rounds 2023-24

The Grand Rounds are monthly lecture series, which is offered by the UCLA CHIPTS, UCLA-CDU CFAR, & UCLA AIDS Institute and delivered by invited guests or distinguished members of the Institute faculty on a broad range of HIV-related topics. […]

For more information, please contact Damilola Jolayemi at ojolayemi@mednet.ucla.edu

Publication Management

UCLA CHIPTS provides resources for manuscript development, publication compliance, and publication management. Making research results publicly accessible is important not only to the NIH, but also to UCLA’s commitment to academic freedom and mission to disseminate knowledge […]

Any questions, please contact Enrique Sanchez at EESanchez@mednet.ucla.edu