The HPTN strives to evaluate and implement cutting-edge biomedical, behavioral, and structural interventions to reduce the transmission of HIV.
Who We Are
HPTN at Virtual HIV R4P 2021
January 20, 2021
HPTN Accepting Research Concepts
January 12, 2021
HPTN 084 Study Demonstrates Superiority of Injectable Cabotegravir
November 9, 2020
Network Member Spotlight
Ariane van der Straten
What has surprised you most about working in HIV prevention research?
My proudest moment as a member of the HPTN is right now. During the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, the HPTN site staff strives to ensure participants' safety, share information on how to stay safe and provide tools to their local community. The resilience, creativity, bravery and grit of colleagues throughout the world are heroic.
By the Numbers
HPTN Scholars Program
The HPTN Scholars Program seeks to provide scholar recipients with the knowledge, skills and connections to further their careers as independent investigators in the HIV prevention research field.
Location: Uganda-Baylor CRS Mentor(s): Craig Hendrix
Location: Wits PHRU Mentor(s): Theo Sandfort and Ravindre Panchia
Location: University of Maryland, College Park Mentor(s) Typhanye Penniman-Dyer (primary) and Ken Mayer
Location: NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing Mentor(s): LaRon Nelson
Location: Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation Mentor(s): Linda-Gail Bekker and Rivet Amico
Location: JHU School of Nursing Mentor(s): Irene Kuo
Location: University of Buffalo Mentor(s): Danielle Haley Gina Wingood
Location: Tufts University Mentor(s): Audrey Pettifor
Location: George Washington University Mentor(s): Chris Beyer
Location: Harvard University Mentor(s): Kenneth Mayer
Location: Ramos Mejia Hospital Mentor(s): Audrey Pettifor
Location: Stellenbosch University Faculty of Health Sciences Mentor(s): Peter Bond, Lungiswa Nkonki, Ayana Moore
Mentor(s): Virginia Bond, Musonda Simwinga