CAIR's Focus

Based at the Medical College of Wisconsin, the Center for AIDS Intervention Research (CAIR) is a multidisciplinary HIV prevention research center.

CAIR faculty and staff are dedicated to the development, conduct, and evaluation of new strategies to prevent HIV among persons most vulnerable to the disease. CAIR's research also focuses on the prevention of adverse health and mental outcomes among persons living with HIV infection and their loved ones.

On these pages, you'll learn more about how CAIR's research team is working to prevent HIV/AIDS in the United States and internationally.

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Dates to Remember

April 14: Michelle Broaddus, PhD, Assistant Professor at CAIR, and Timothy Hess, PhD, of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, will present a CAIR Conference entitled, "Evaluation of Wisconsin’s Linkage to Care Intervention to Engage At-Risk People Living with HIV in Medical Care," 1:30-3:00 pm.

May 12: Gary Hollander, PhD, President and CEO of Diverse & Resilient, will present a CAIR Conference from 1:30-3:00 pm.

June 23: Arturo Bendixen from the AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) will present a CAIR Conference from 1:30-3:00 pm. Mr. Bendixen is Executive Director of AFC's Center for Housing and Health.

May 25: The Center will be closed in observance of Memorial Day.

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Dr. Petroll Discusses Medication that Prevents HIV Infection

Mar. 4 - In an article in Wisconsin Gazette, Dr. Andrew Petroll (Medicine – Infectious Disease; Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine – Center for AIDS Intervention Research) discusses the need to create greater awareness among physicians about pre-exposure prophylaxis, an anti-retroviral medication that protects patients against acquiring HIV infection. Wisconsin Gazette

Dr. Kelly Receives $675,000 NIH Grant to Engage HIV+ Individuals through Social Networks

Feb. 3 - Jeffrey Kelly, PhD received a three-year, $675,000 grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to explore the use of social networks to engage people living with HIV infection, but who have never sought treatment or have ceased seeking medical care. Wauwatosa Now

Dr. Biblo Discusses How ARCW Serves as Safety Net for Disenfranchised Patients

Jan. 6 - In a Milwaukee Magazine article, Dr. Lee Biblo discusses how the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin serves as an effective safety net for a patient population that is poor and often stigmatized. Milwaukee Magazine

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