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Journal of Clinical Investigation
August 1, 2012
 
Washington University School of Medicine
June 13, 2012
 
HIV hides soon after infection, UNC research shows
UNC Institute for Global Health & Infectious Diseases
May 28, 2012
 
Duke Medicine News and Communications
 


Follow-up studies to the RV144 HIV vaccine trial give clues about protection from HIV

Duke Medicine News and Communications - April 4, 2012

World AIDS Day 
December 1, 2011

Breast Milk Antibody Fights HIV But Needs Boost
American Society For Microbiology - September 19, 2011

Clues emerge to explain first successful HIV vaccine trial
Nature News - September 16, 2011

AIDS Vaccine 2011 Press Conferences: AIDS Vaccine Clinical Trials Update 
AIDS Vaccine 2011 - September 13, 2011

Innate cells shown to form immunological 'memory' and protect against viral infection
August 4, 2011

HIV Vaccine Awareness Day
May 18, 2011

Study suggests rare genetic variants most likely to influence disease
Duke Medicine News and Communications - March 31, 2011

Designing More Effective Anti-HIV Antibodies
Children's Hospital Boston - November 19, 2010

Researcher takes 'mosaic' approach with new HIV vaccine
The Santa Fe New Mexican - November 12, 2010

Consortium assembled to design human trials of mosaic HIV vaccine
Duke Medicine News and Communications - October 18, 2010

AIDS virus shown different in semen versus blood
PLoS Pathogens - August 20, 2010

Scientists identify how a novel class of antibodies inhibits HIV infection
Duke Medicine News and Communications - April 5, 2010

Chikoti Mibenge will join CHAVI in September as Young Trainee 
Duke Med Alumni News - March 1, 2010 

A New Way to Look for Diseases’ Genetic Roots
New York Times - January 27, 2010

Biological Catch-22 Prevents Induction of Antibodies that Block HIV
December 15, 2009

Scientists Use World's Fastest Supercomputer to Create the Largest HIV Evolutionary Tree
October 27, 2009

Early Damage to the Gut Environment B Cells Need to Mature
IAVI Report - July/August 2009

Study Finds Chimps Die From Simian AIDS, Dispelling Widely Held Belief
New York Times - July 22, 2009

HIV-1 Damages Gut Antibody Producing Immune Cells within Days of Infection
Duke Medicine News and Communications - July 7, 2009 

Scientists Find Rare, Potent Antibody to HIV-1
Duke Medicine News and Communications - February 23, 2009

HIV Transmission: The genetic bottleneck
IAVI Report - November/December 2008

An Interview with Alan Bernstein
IAVI Report - November/December 2008

Gene Expression and Splicing Vary Widely from One Tissue to the Next
Duke Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy - December 22, 2008

HIV Can Penetrate a Woman's Healthy Genital Skin
Washington Post - December 16, 2008

Scientists Find First Immune Responses to HIV Infection Ineffective
Duke Medicine News and Communications - October 9, 2008

HIV Conquers Immune System Faster than Previously Realized
Duke Medicine News and Communications - July 18, 2008 

Leading HIV Researchers to Collaborate on Vaccine Development
Duke Medicine News and Communications - April 15, 2008

Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise Names Alan Bernstein as Inaugural Executive Director, Opens New Secretariat
PR NewsWire - October 11, 2007

Immunizations Are Discontinued in Two HIV Vaccine Trials
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) - September 21, 2007

First Genome-Wide Study of Infectious Disease Opens New Avenues for HIV Treatment, Vaccines
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) - July 19, 2007

Gates Foundation Doubles Support for AIDS Vaccine Research
Science, Vol. 313. no. 5785, p. 283, July 21, 2006

Foundation Funds Major New Collaboration to Accelerate HIV Vaccine Development
Duke Medicine News and Communications - July 19, 2006

Hunt for AIDS Vaccine Tackles Genomes
Nature, Vol. 441, 1034-1035, June 29, 2006 | doi :10.1038/4411034c; Published online 28 June 2006

Buffett's Gift Lifts Hope for Elusive AIDS Vaccine
San Francisco Chronicle, June 28, 2006

CHAVI Announces International Search for Genes Affecting HIV Response
Duke Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy - June 20, 2006

HIV/AIDS Vaccine Awareness Day Recognized May 18
National Institutes of Health, May 16, 2006

International study CHAVI gets under way to investigate the early biology of HIV infection
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 1, 2006

Study of early HIV infection begins enrollment
IAVI Report, Vaccine Briefs, April 2006

Scientists around globe unite to combat AIDS
Chicago Tribune, March 24, 2006

New Virtual Center Aims to Speed AIDS Vaccine Progress
Science, Vol. 309, Issue 5734, 541, July 22, 2005

NIAID Funds Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology (CHAVI)
National Institutes of Health, July 14, 2005

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