Employing Interdisciplinary Research Groups (IRGs) and Scientific Working Groups (SWGs) leads to new, dynamic programs that uab physiology researcher 20090819 1041973907align emerging trends in HIV research with our stated mission.  These groups capitalize on areas of excellence at UAB by encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration with researchers who have not previously worked together, or within an area of strategic focus. Explore UAB CFAR Working Groups 


UAB CFAR-Related Collaborative Research Programs

CFAR Network of Integrated Clinical Systems (CNICS) website

MACS/WIHS Combined Cohort Study (MWCCS) website

UAB CFAR K12 in Heart, Lung, Blood and Sleep Disorders in HIV website

Alabama to Zambia Clinical Trials Unit (A2ZCTU) website

HIV and Aging Research Consortium (Pilot Program) website


UAB-Affiliated Cross-CFAR Working Groups

The UAB and Emory CFARs co-lead the Inter-CFAR HIV in the South Working Group. This group seeks to foster collaborative initiatives to promote discovery and support the rigorous evaluation and implementation of prevention and treatment programs in order to enhance health, wellness, and outcomes, and overcome health inequities in the disproportionately impacted Southern US region.

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