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2012 is a year of new beginnings for AIDS Research Alliance. In the last three months we have expanded our staff by 20%, we have refocused our communications strategies to take full advantage of the power of new media, and we have identified new development strategies to reach a broader, more engaged audience than ever before.
A major cornerstone in our new development outreach is an online fundraising platform for nonprofit organizations worldwide called “GlobalGiving.”
Carolyn Carlburg, President & CEO, is pleased to announce that AIDS Research Alliance is expanding its clinical, community outreach, and development capabilities with the additions of the following talented individuals: James Aboagye, Community Educator; Emma Brownell, Director of Communications; Artin Galoosian, Clinical Research Assistant; and Lilian Miller, Director of Development. These four new staff members will support AIDS Research Alliance as it moves forward with its promising cure research and ongoing role in vaccine and...
Robert John Sabo's generosity will help move our prostratin research forward.
AIDS Research Alliance has been awarded a research grant of $200,000 from the Robert John Sabo Trust. The grant will underwrite scientific experiments that test the effectiveness of the compound prostratin as a tool to eradicate latent HIV—the virus not killed by existing anti-HIV treatments.
Carolyn Carlburg, President & CEO said, “AIDS Research Alliance is deeply grateful to Mr. Sabo for leaving such a significant part of his estate to AIDS cure research.”
AIDS Research Alliance seeks to significantly expand its online presence and visibility during FY 2012. The first step toward that goal began this week with the launching of a completely new website for our donors, volunteers, sponsors, and friends.
Built from the ground up by staff, in consultation with Firefly Partners, our new website offers visitors a contemporary look and feel, easier navigation, more information about our clinical research expertise and cure research, and even...
Over 200 scientists, clinicians and advocates met in St. Maarten to discuss progress to date in HIV cure research.
AIDS Research Alliance was the first organization to call and organize a conference exclusively for scientists to explore research on the HIV reservoirs. The International Workshop on HIV Persistence, Reservoirs and Eradication Strategies grew out of that movement. The fifth such conference was held in December 2011, attended by ARA Senior Clinical Research Scientist, Marisa Briones, PhD.
Over 200 scientists, clinicians and advocates met in St. Maarten to discuss progress to date in HIV cure research....
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