UW Center for AIDS and STD

The University of Washington Center for AIDS and STD, established in July, 1989, provides patient care, research, training and education, and international technical assistance for HIV/AIDS and STD.

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Seminar Series

The Center for AIDS and STD (CFAS) speaker series aims to provide a forum to showcase new research on sexually transmitted infections, with additional priorities of highlighting junior faculty and creating opportunities for cross-discipline collaborations between basic scientists, clinical researchers and epidemiologists.  The CFAS speaker series meets the third Thursday of the month during the academic year, October through June, with breaks during major holidays.

CFAS Seminar Series

Biostatistical Consultation Service

The UW Center for AIDS and STD (CFAS) is piloting a new service to provide biostatistical consultations for STD researchers, to promote development of research funding. The Biometrics Core provides a central resource of biostatistical expertise to improve the conception, design, and analysis of HIV/AIDS studies. CFAS is partnering with the Biometrics Core of the UW/Fred Hutch Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) to provide this service.

Biostatistical Consultation Service


This NIH-funded Center is investigating the complex interactions between the human genital microbiome and syndromes and pathogens that contribute to STI-related morbidity. It supports 4 research projects and funds early-stage investigators to conduct Developmental Research Projects.

Sexually Transmitted Infections Cooperative Research Center


This NIH-funded training program’s goal is to train the next generation of leaders in STD and AIDS research, through offering pre- and post-doctoral fellowships.

STD/AIDS Research Training Grant