Source: Samir Gupta, MD, Indiana University School of Medicine
Published April 19, 2018
The Indiana Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) is working to increase collaborative research throughout the state of Indiana in all aspects of HIV/AIDS prevention and care. CFAR is currently conducting research in a variety of areas, including finding an HIV cure, improving quality of life for patients living with HIV, preventing new HIV infections, providing HIV care in resource-limited settings, and testing new HIV treatments.
To conduct successful research, CFAR needs community engagement from both people living with and without HIV. Currently, CFAR is seeking individuals to participate in their open studies. Community members interested in participating in open studies can click the link below or visit the IU School of Medicine’s Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program website by clicking here.