searcHIV is a multi-site, multi-disciplinary working group focusing on investigating the biosocial implications of curing HIV infection.

We have 3 aims for this project:

  1. Develop a theoretical framework about HIV cure research and early implementation using historical, conceptual and ethical data.
  2. Determine HIV cure stakeholder perspectives on cure research and early implementation.
  3. Develop crowdsourcing contests to promote stakeholder engagement focusing on the social and ethical implications of HIV cure research.
Check out the website for 2BeatHIV, our aim 3 project site!

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We have 3 project sites:

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Learn more about searcHIV »

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Recent Blog Posts

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IAS 2016 HIV Cure Research and Community Highlights

Posted 3 months ago

By Karine Dubé  The IAS 2016 meeting was held in Durban, South Africa in July 2016. The IAS 2016 Towards an HIV Cure Research Symposium included a social sciences panel for the first time and the main conference featured talks … Continued

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2BeatHIV goes to TEDxDurham

Posted 4 months ago

By: Meredith Blumberg, 2BeatHIV Intern, UNC-CH Health Policy and Management Major I love watching TED Talks; I find it fascinating to learn about such varied, yet similarly inspirational, topics through short presentations. However, my past viewing of TED Talks had been … Continued

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HIV Cure and Health Policy

Posted 7 months ago

by Joseph Tucker, MD, PhD and Adam Gilbertson, PhD HIV cure research has expanded by leaps and bounds in the past ten years. There is no doubt about the progress in terms of laboratory science and overarching strategies. But how … Continued

Stuart Rennie

Q&A : How close are scientists to a cure for HIV?

Posted 2 years ago

searchHIV Q&A Answered by Dr. Stuart Rennie What is clear is that there is currently unprecedented excitement surrounding the possibility of a cure for HIV. Funding devoted specifically to HIV cure research is increasing, and there is more HIV cure … Continued

 

For general questions or inquiries about the searcHIV Working Group, please contact Adam Gilbertson, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, at adam_gilbertson@med.unc.edu or 919-428-5635.