The main goal of CAPRISA is to undertake globally relevant and locally responsive research that contributes to understanding HIV pathogenesis, prevention and epidemiology as well as the links between tuberculosis and AIDS care.
To achieve this goal, CAPRISA conducts research in four main Scientific Programmes namely: HIV Pathogenesis and vaccines, HIV and TB treatment, Microbicides, and Prevention and Epidemiology. A fifth area of research on the prevention of mother-to-child transmission is conducted mainly in partnership with other Centres. Each program has a focused set of projects. Research activities at CAPRISA are supported by eight support cores including, administration, statistics, data management, laboratory, community, pharmacy, bioethics, and information systems.
1 May 2018
12 April 2018
In poverty-stricken communities, multiple relationships between older men and younger women bring high risk of HIV… https://t.co/MsEIxcWm7U
06 Nov 2018
In poverty-stricken communities, multiple relationships between older men and younger women bring high risk of HIV… https://t.co/eEhnNoOHLh
06 Nov 2018
Dr Kogie Naidoo Head of CAPRISA HIV-TB Treatment at the 11th ASICON (11th National Conference of the AIDS Society o… https://t.co/t5rc7t3rWZ
02 Nov 2018
Congratulations to our colleague Patience Nomthandazo Mbatha, at the CAPRISA Springfield Research clinic, a tracker… https://t.co/vlVfAUVBiE
31 Oct 2018