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HIV Treatment and Translational Science Branch

Overview

This Branch supports research to understand and prevent adverse health outcomes among people living with HIV/AIDS, and encourages the translation and adoption of effective interventions into community-based clinical, treatment, and other settings. Initiatives in this program include the development and testing of theory-driven interventions to improve linkage to HIV care, adherence to medication therapies, and other biobehavioral prevention interventions to reduce HIV transmission, promote healthy lifestyle choices, and reduce high-risk behaviors.

Branch Chief

Christopher Gordon, Ph.D.
6001 Executive Boulevard, Room 6106, MSC 9619
301-443-1613, cgordon1@mail.nih.gov

Areas of Emphasis

See specific program descriptions.