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.
Basic Sciences Core Co-Director Dr. Alberto Bosque and colleagues recently published an article entitled "Activation of the Anti-Oxidative Stress Response Reactivates Latent HIV-1 Through the Mitochondrial Antiviral Signaling Protein Isoform MiniMAVS".
An expert in behavioral, psychological, and community health, Dr. David Huebner has brought a wealth of knowledge and experience to the field of HIV/AIDS research and intervention. From a young age, Dr. Huebner was inspired by his mother, a social worker, to pursue a career in social justice and in addressing disparities around population health.
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