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9 HIV Cure Myths Debunked

2017 April 24

9 HIV Cure Myths Debunked by Allison Mathews, PhD A few months ago, a man living with HIV reached out to the 2BeatHIV project to learn more about HIV and HIV cure research. The 2BeatHIV project is a research project … Continued

HIV Cure Research Day

2017 January 30

On Monday, December 12, the Durham County Board of Commissioners officially proclaimed December 14 as HIV Cure Research Day. Dr. Allison Mathews reflected on the importance of the day, “HIV Cure Research Day marks the one year anniversary of the … Continued

Report from the NIH Strategies for an HIV Cure Symposium

2017 January 25

The NIH Strategies for an HIV Cure Symposium in Bethesda, MD from November 14-16, 2016 marks the inaugural organizational meeting for six research sites that were awarded funding by the NIH to be a part of the Martin Delaney Collaboratory … Continued

Samantha Farley

2016 October 19

Health Policy and Management Major University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill searcHIV/2BeatHIV Intern Class of 2019   salouise@live.unc.edu

Kimberly Knight

2016 October 19

Kimberly M. Knight is a native of Raleigh, North Carolina. Currently, she’s pursuing her Master’s Degree in Public Health at Liberty University. She earned Bachelor’s Degrees from North Carolina Central University in Family & Consumer Sciences concentrating Family & Community … Continued

2BeatHIV goes to TEDxDurham

2016 August 4

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