From the earliest days of the AIDS pandemic, UCLA has been at the forefront of HIV research. UCLA researchers were the first to describe why early AIDS drugs failed; demonstrate clearance of HIV from an infected infant; identify, clone, and characterize HIV in the brain. AIDS Institute firsts >
Our magazine highlights the many activities associated with the AIDS Institute, from scientific highlights, to advances in patient care, both locally and globally, to fundraising and health education. Read our latest issue "30 Years of AIDS at UCLA" >
Our research programs are designed to facilitate collaboration between researchers with shared interests, including the development of translational, multi-disciplinary grant applications.