|Better World Advertising|
A social marketing research and communications firm that develops cutting-edge, community-level HIV prevention media campaigns.
|Centre for AIDS Development, Research and Evaluation|
(CADRE) South African nonprofit organization working in the area of HIV/AIDS social research, project development, and communications committed to fast-tracking appropriate and effective responses to HIV/AIDS through development of coherent strategic models for interventions.
|Center for AIDS Intervention Research|
(CAIR) A multidisciplinary HIV prevention center at the Medical College of Wisconsin. The CAIR Web site offers a newsletter and bibliographies of CAIR research.
|Center for AIDS Prevention Studies|
(CAPS) Prominent HIV prevention research institute at the University of California, San Francisco. The website offers fact sheets, model research interventions, guides to collaborative research, bibliographies, full text publications, and more.
|Center for HIV Identification, Prevention, and Treatment Services|
(CHIPTS) A collaboration of researchers from UCLA, Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science, Friends Research Institute, and RAND. The site provides a wealth of instruments, intervention manuals related to HIV prevention among adolescents, and policy briefs.
|Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS|
(CIRA) Yale University center that conducts basic social and behavioral research aimed at identifying the determinants of HIV-related risk in different vulnerable populations, as well as evaluating specific prevention interventions, and conducting policy and international research.
|Centers for AIDS Research|
(CFARs) The NIH coordinates CFARs located at academic and research institutions throughout the U.S. in order to support a multidisciplinary environment that promotes basic, clinical, behavioral, and translational research in the prevention, detection, and treatment of HIV infection and AIDS.
|HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies|
A project of New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University, the Center conducts innovative studies on reducing HIV transmission in high risk groups and determining the factors that reinforce unprotected sexual behavior in order to design sound interventions.
|HIV Prevention Trials Network|
(HPTN) A worldwide collaborative clinical trials network of scientists and investigators from more than two dozen international sites that develops and tests the safety and efficacy of primarily non-vaccine interventions designed to prevent the transmission of HIV.
A team assembled by the Population Council whose goal is to design, implement, and evaluate innovative, international service delivery strategies to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.
|National Centre in HIV Social Research|
At the University of New South Wales, Australia, the Center conducts research that describes and analyzes the social understandings, meanings, and practices of peoples, institutions, and communities in relation to HIV, hepatitis C, and other communicable diseases.
|Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention|
(RCAP) A joint project of Indiana University, University of Colorado, and University of Kentucky, RCAP evaluates prevention approaches and educational materials, as well as the behavioral and social barriers to HIV/STD prevention.
|Women's Global Health Imperative|
A global research center based at Research Triangle Institute that provides scientific leadership to improve the ability of women and girls to protect themselves from HIV infection including microbicides.