Welcome to the University of Washington / Fred Hutch Center for AIDS Research (CFAR). Our mission is to advance the prevention, detection, and treatment of HIV infection and AIDS by fostering collaborative and interdisciplinary research, supporting career development in young investigators, and serving researchers and scientists at our affiliated institutions.
In the following “Discover CFAR” sections, you will find a quick introduction to the goals and programs of the UW/Fred Hutch CFAR.
Mission Purpose of the UW/Fred Hutch CFAR
Leadership and Organization Bios of our Executive Committee members and overviews of CFAR organizational structure and oversight
Cores At-a-glance summaries of our ten CFAR Cores—the groups that provide shared services, support, and funding to HIV/AIDS investigators at our partner institutions
Scientific Working Groups Descriptions of our three interdisciplinary areas of scientific focus
Research and Scientific Impact Examples of recent CFAR accomplishments
National CFAR Program How the UW/Fred Hutch CFAR fits in with the 20 other NIH-funded CFARs across the United States
Acknowledge CFAR For active CFAR partners, reminders of how to properly acknowledge CFAR support on publications, abstracts, grant proposals, and presentations
Community Action Board Our critical link for encouraging communication and building trustworthy collaborations among researchers, community members, and community-based organizations to enhance prevention, treatment, and education
Can CFAR Help Me?
Any Northwest-based clinician or basic scientist who is involved in research that touches on issues related to HIV or AIDS may benefit from the resources, collaborations, and contacts offered by the UW/Fred Hutch CFAR