Resources and Research Infrastructure

The California HIV/AIDS Research Program sponsors development of the science and research dissemination. These include the following:

Aries LogoARIES Partners (AIDS Regional Information and Evaluation System)

The AIDS Regional Information and Evaluation System (ARIES) is a custom, web-based, centralized HIV/AIDS client management system that provides a single point of entry for clients, allows for coordination of client services among providers, meets both federal and state care and treatment reporting requirements, and provides comprehensive data for program monitoring and scientific evaluations. More >>>

CHOICE LogoChoice HIV (California HIV Options: Interventions, Collaboration and Everything)

The Choice HIV website provides easily accessible information to assist prevention providers in planning education and prevention activities based on science.

MATRIX LogoMATRIX (Multipurpose AIDS Translational Research Information eXchange)

A web-based community forum and resource clearinghouse to facilitate and stimulate HIV/AIDS translational and collaborative biomedical research in California with other HIV/AIDS researchers who can offer resources or expertise relevant to ongoing or potential research projects in biomedical research.

Dissemination Project LogoCalifornia Collaborations in HIV Prevention Research Dissemination Project

The Research Dissemination Project provides support for dissemination of research findings and resource materials.

Indicators LogoCalifornia HIV Prevention Indicators Synthesis Project

The purposes of the California HIV Prevention Indicators Synthesis Project are to develop indicators for monitoring and assessing progress toward HIV prevention in California, and to compile and report on the associated data.

Basic Facts about HIV

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a retrovirus that can lead to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS, a condition in humans in which the immune system begins to fail, leading to life-threatening opportunistic infections). More >>>

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