A UAB professor wrote guidelines for nutrition therapy for HIV-positive patients.
UAB's 1917 Clinic is celebrating 30 years of treating patients living with HIV.
A collaboration between Birmingham AIDS Outreach and the UAB 1917 Clinic looks to provide nutrition support and education to address and prevent the rise of chronic disease in patients living with HIV.
Leaders in HIV research and treatment gather at UAB to address laws that prohibit gay men from donating blood.
UAB partners with state agencies and organizations to aggressively decrease the spread of HIV/AIDS to the point of elimination of the spread of AIDS by 2030.
UAB researchers develop a conceptual framework to help progress the care of people living with HIV by looking at ways to pursue better engagement in care.

A groundbreaking clinical research trial at UAB’s Alabama Vaccine Research Clinic to compare injectable PrEP versus a daily oral regimen for HIV prevention is now recruiting participants. 

Bevan, Locke, Saag are among 12 speakers who will speak at the annual, independently organized event which will challenge attendees to embrace the event’s theme of possibility.
Increased longevity of those living with HIV means dealing with related health issues, including dementia and other cognition-related problems. An NIH grant supports development of interventions, treatments to improve everyday functioning, and quality of life.
UAB senior Jane Murphy will spend a semester in Pau, France, after being selected for the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
Scientists from around the world will gather at UAB in December to focus on HIV research and women, particularly collaborative research on women living with HIV and those at risk.
Antibody VRC01 proves safe for individuals infected with HIV-1 but only modestly controls the virus in participants who stop receiving antiretroviral therapy.
Researchers from UAB, Emory and Microsoft demonstrate that HIV has evolved to be pre-adapted to the immune response, worsening clinical outcomes in newly infected patients.
UAB assistant professor leads the way in providing therapy for HIV patients with chronic pain.
Researcher focused on HIV and STD prevention in women will lead UAB School of Medicine Division of Infectious Diseases.
John Wesley Chancellor of Enterprise and Candy Mosley of Foley are Mr. and Ms. UAB 2014, with first alternates Ethan Gissendaner and Asia Sullivan.
An LGBTQ advocacy and inclusion leadership event is one of many Out Week activities at UAB from Oct. 13-17.
Kristi L. Stringer will study the interrelated stigmas around HIV infection and substance abuse.

Nearly half of people living with HIV in the United States will be 50 or older by 2015, which places more emphasis on cognitive function research.

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