HIV

In July, UW graduate Jillian Pintye accepted a prestigious Young Investigator Award at the 20th International AIDS Conference.

Jeanne Marrazzo, a UW professor of medicine, wants people to know that there are tools to prevent HIV but they are not being used like they should.

University of Washington students are helping to improve the health of women and children around the world through the Global Center for Integrated Health of Women, Adolescents, and Children.

As the repression of sexual minorities in many nations around the world becomes visible, the call for social justice and equality is also gaining strength.

Saloni Parikh combines a passion for public health with talent for computer programming. As an undergraduate in the interdisciplinary honors program, she's already making an impact.

Primatologists like Lisa Jones-Engel at the UW National Primate Research Center can only speculate about why HIV became a human-to-human virus, but they want to prevent another such devastating epidemic.

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