HIV and AIDS Research

An analyst at the National Quality Control Laboratory in Kenya conducts a test on a pharmaceutical sample.
An analyst at the National Quality Control Laboratory in Kenya conducts a test on a pharmaceutical sample.
Photo credit: Tobin Jones/Chemonics

Research is a fundamental part of achieving an AIDS-free generation. Over the last several decades, knowledge has grown tremendously about how the virus is transmitted, how it replicates, and how it causes AIDS.

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is leading the way in cultivating strategic partnerships to implement HIV and AIDS research and technology development programs, designing and managing biomedical and implementation research, disseminating research findings and supporting their programmatic and policy applications, and supporting sustainable capacity building for HIV and AIDS research.

The USAID Office of HIV/AIDS has three dedicated branches, which work to lay the foundation for HIV/AIDS interventions that can achieve epidemic control and realize the vision of a world free from HIV/AIDS:

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Last updated: June 03, 2019

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