HOPE Enrollment Milestone

HOPE Enrollment Milestone

The HOPE study has enrolled 500 women living with HIV– thank you to our sites and participants for helping us reach this milestone!

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AMP Up Series Milestone

AMP Up Series Milestone

The AMP Up Series has enrolled 1,000 young adults born with HIV from across the United States - thank you to our participants and clinical sites! 

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SMARTT Enrollment Milestone

SMARTT Enrollment Milestone

The SMARTT study has enrolled 5,000 children - thank you to all of our participants for helping to broaden our understanding of perinatal HIV exposure and supporting families affected by HIV!

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Our Mission

Our Mission

Our mission is to conduct impactful­­ science with integrity and rigor that improves care for and promotes health equity among children, young adults, women, and families affected by HIV. We commit to promoting social and racial justice in our network and through our research.

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Our Research

Our Research

Children born with HIV or born exposed to HIV face unique challenges during childhood and as they reach adolescence and young. adulthood. Our research focuses on ensuring that ART is the best it can be and that those who receive the treatment remain healthy. 

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The PHACS Network: "Through Your Eyes" Video is Live!

The PHACS Network: "Through Your Eyes" Video is Live!

Click to watch a short video featuring some of the amazing people who make up our network, and who work every day to further our research and mission.

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HIV/AIDS News

Individual-level Social Determinants of Health and Quality of Life Among Persons With Diagnosed HIV Infection Medical Monitoring Project, United States, 2021 Data Cycle (June 2021-May 2022)

This report highlights aspects of individual-level SDOH-including socioeconomic status, health-related factors, neighborhood and built environment, and social and community context-and QoL among adults with diagnosed HIV.

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Today is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD)

March 10 is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), a time when organizations and communities across the United States come together to offer support, encourage discussion, and teach women and girls about the prevention of HIV, the importance of getting tested, and how to live with and manage HIV infection.

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Events & Announcements

PHACS Artwork Featured on Journal Cover

An illustration from PHACS is featured on the most recent issue of AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses - congratulations to HECC member Sam Lynd (a biomedical illustrator) on his submission for cover art being accepted and featured! 

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PHACS honors the legacy of activist Hydeia Broadbent

Hydeia Broadbent was a prominent HIV/AIDS activist who was born with HIV. Throughout her life, she worked to raise awareness to lessen the stigma around pediatric HIV. Sadly, Hydeia recently passed away at the age of 39. We honor the legacy of the life she lived and the incredible impact she had with her activism. 

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PHACS MEETINGS

PHACS MEETINGS

SAVE THE DATE:

SPRING 2024

The Spring 2024 Network Meeting will be held from June 4-5, 2024 at the Hilton Rockville.

LOOKING UP EMAIL GROUP MEMBERSHIP

LOOKING UP EMAIL GROUP MEMBERSHIP

With your Frontier Science (FSTRF) login, you can view the membership of these groups on FSTRF's website:

 

  1. Log into FSTRF Portal (https://www.frontierscience.org)
  2. Under Site Support > “Email Address Lookup”
  3. Key in the list serv (ie. “phacs.slc”) in the search bar
  4. Under “Key to Find”, click on “Members” which will tabulate the membership of the group