The UCSF-Bay Area Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) is part of a network of 19 centers across the country, supported by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), serving and helping to sustain a large and vibrant community of more than 300 HIV scientists and clinicians in San Francisco. The UCSF-Northern California CFAR is dedicated to ending the HIV epidemic in a city that has been particularly hard hit by this virus and to extending our efforts both near and far, specifically to the East Bay, and to East Africa, where health disparities are undermining an effective HIV/AIDS response.

CFAR gives high priority to enabling the careers of the next generation of young HIV investigators through the creation of a dynamic mentoring program and through a pilot grant program that is investing $750,000 to fund approximately 20 peer-reviewed grants each year. UCSF CFAR supports collaborative research with dynamic scientific cores that provide specialized services and technical expertise.

The UCSF CFAR website is an important communication and dissemination vehicle for this large program.

Visit cfar.ucsf.edu

Our Services

  • Website management
  • Graphic and user experience design (responsive, accessible web design, posters, and promotional material)
  • Technology management (website, accessibility)
  • Technical assistance to content contributors (copyediting, online presentation, and formatting)
  • Video recording and editing
  • Project evaluation (analytics)