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May 15, 2012
BTAN Empowers the Black Community Through Education

Our partner of the month for May 2012, BTAN-LA is mobilizing post-incarcerated men, women and transgenders by dispelling myths about HIV risk factors and linking them to resources for prevention, treatment and care.

   
 Dr. Judith Currier with patient in NEJM Documentary

May 9, 2012
Dr. Currier featured in NEJM Documentary

The New England Journal of Medicine featured Dr. Judith Currier in their documentary titled "Getting Better: 200 Years of Medicine," which looks at the last two centuries of research, clinical practice and patient care, including as section titled, "The Plague of our Time: HIV/AIDS."

   

April 24, 2012
Being Alive Honors the Spirit of Hope


Being Alive honored individuals who are working tirelessly in Los Angeles to advance the fight against HIV/AIDS at the annual Spirit of Hope Awards at the Mondrian Hotel on Sunset Boulevard.

   
 Dr. Raphael Landovitz with GRINDR study team member Kathryn Rogers | UCLA CARE Center

March 6, 2012
Dr. Landovitz Awarded for Innovative Study

AAHIVM/Institute for Technology in Health Care (ITHC) HIV Practice awarded Dr. Raphael Landovitz a $10,000 grant for his creative use of social media to reach young men-who-have-sex-with-men (YMSM) through his "GRINDR" study.

   
 Bringing Hope to malawi. Dr. Risa Hoffman, UCLA CARE Center.

January 2012
Bringing Hope to Malawi

Under the direction of Drs. Thomas Coates, Risa Hoffman and Judith Currier, the UCLA Program in Global Health brings much needed care, treatment and education to the Partners in Hope Medical Center in Lilongwe, Malawi.

   
2011 AIDS Walk Los Angeles. UCLA CARE Center.

October 16, 2011
AIDS Walk Los Angeles

The 40-person UCLA CARE Center team raised $5,705 in support of APLA's 27th Annual Walk in West Hollywood.