The DC CFAR mission is to intensify our multi-institutional effort to promote and support research that contributes to ending the HIV epidemic in Washington, DC and beyond in partnership with government and community.
Dr. Mimi Ghosh and colleagues recently published an article entitled "Lifetime sexual violence exposure in women compromises systemic innate immune mediators associated with HIV pathogenesis: A cross-sectional analysis".
As the Associate Director of the Basic Sciences Core and Co-lead of the new Aging and Comorbidities Scientific Interest Group (SIG), Dr. Marta Catalfamo continually strives to contribute and collaborate with people around a common goal.
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