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  • The image depicts the HIV virus circulating in the blood and attacking HIV target cells.
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  • Co-Discovery of HIV.
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  • HIV Treatment as Prevention (TasP)
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Welcome to the Office of AIDS Research.

Welcome to the Office of AIDS Research
image of Dr. Eisinger, Director of the Office of AIDS ResearchDr. Robert W. Eisinger is the Acting Director of the Office of AIDS Research (OAR). He also holds the title of NIH Acting Associate Director for AIDS Research. He received his doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) in Microbiology from North Texas State University where his research focused on Cell Surface Antigens Present on AKR/J Leukemic Lymphocytes. His postdoctoral training on the immunochemistry of cell surface antigens associated with murine alveolar cell carcinomas was conducted at the Oak Ridge National Laboratories in conjunction with the University of Tennessee.
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Information about OAR

About OAR
The Office of AIDS Research (OAR), located within the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Office of the Director, Division of Program Coordination, Planning, and Strategic Initiatives (DPCPSI), coordinates the scientific, budgetary, legislative, and policy elements of NIH HIV/AIDS research. The NIH represents the largest and most significant public investment in HIV/AIDS research in the world. Read More

NIH HIV/AIDS Research Priorities

NIH HIV/AIDS Research Priorities

The NIH Director

THE NIH DIRECTOR:

Statement on NIH Efforts to Focus Research to End the AIDS Pandemic

Released on August 12, 2015

Extraordinary progress has been made in HIV/AIDS research over the last 34 years, transforming what was once a terrifying and almost inevitably fatal disease into a treatable disorder. People with HIV/AIDS can now experience an almost normal life expectancy if antiretrovirals are started promptly and continued for life. Read More

List of NIH NIH Overarching HIV/AIDS Research Priorities

List of NIH Overarching HIV/AIDS Research Priorities

  • Reduce the Incidence of HIV/AIDS
  • Develop the next generation of HIV therapies with improved safety and ease of use
  • Research toward a HIV cure
  • Improve prevention or treatment of HIV-associated comorbidities and co-infections

Cross cutting areas: Basic research, research to reduce health disparities, and research training.

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