In Memoriam: Dr. Mathilde Krim

The HIV Center mourns the passing and remembers the life of HIV/AIDS research Pioneer, Dr. Mathilde Krim.

She was an inspirational and compassionate leader in the fight against AIDS and role model to many of us at the Center. Her legacy in the pursuit of civil rights, health and justice across the world will continue to be an inspiration to us all.

Dr. Krim's New York Times Obituary and NPR article on her life. 

Dr. Krim's New York Times Obituary and NPR article on her life. 

Season's Greetings from the HIV Center

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May the light and hope of the season be with you all. 

And may you celebrate the brilliant diversity in our world as we continue to seek science-based and evidence-based truths to support and improve the lives of the most vulnerable among us – from the developing fetus to the cisgender and transgender adults.  And may you enjoy and relish the gifts of the season that come not from entitlements but from the light, hope, peace, love, and joy that you put forth into the world. 

Wishing you a blessed 2018!

HIV Center joins the NY State AIDS Institute Expert Panel Discussion

Dr. Robert H. Remien joins the New York State Department of Heath's AIDS Institute's Expert panel discussion, titled "Untedectable = Untransmittable". Discussions took place about the clinical evidence of treatment as prevention, and programming implications of universal offer and treatment of HIV-positive individuals. 

Pictured left to right: Drs. Demetri Daskalakis, Roscoe Boyd, Robert Remien, Katrina Balovlenkov, Kelsey Louie, Bruce Richman and Johanne Morne. (Photo by: Bruce Richman)

Pictured left to right: Drs. Demetri Daskalakis, Roscoe Boyd, Robert Remien, Katrina Balovlenkov, Kelsey Louie, Bruce Richman and Johanne Morne. (Photo by: Bruce Richman)