The UCSF CAPS Visiting Professor Program provides scientists the opportunity to conduct  HIV prevention research in minority communities in the  Training Program for Scientists Conducting Research to Reduce HIV/STI Health Disparities. Are you ready to take your research to the next level? Applications are due January 16,2015.


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Engagement in medical care has a direct impact on the health outcomes of persons living with HIV, yet a comprehensive and practical measure of engagement in care does not exist. A recent publication by Dr. Parya Saberi and Dr. Mallory Johnson explores a novel way to define and measure engagement in care.

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World AIDS Day is meant to honor the lives that have been lost in this epidemic and renew our commitment to fighting HIV/AIDS. The faculty and staff of CAPS is committed to HIV prevention, improving the lives of infected persons and reducing health disparities.

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Testing program lowers the prevalence of unprotected insertive anal intercourse among bathhouse patrons

In a new CAPS Publication based on secondary analysis of 2001-2002 study data, Lance Pollack, William Woods, Diane Binson and Johnny Blair found that onsite HIV testing has a preventive effect on some sexual risk behavior inside the bathhouse. The study targeted over 1,500 persons at a Northern California bathhouse.

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Upcoming Events

January 9, 2015

CAPS Town Hall Presents Dr. Wendy Berry – Affective and Physiologic Responses to Stigma and Discrimination (12:00 – 1:00 pm)

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