The District of Columbia Center for AIDS Research (DC CFAR) is a unique city-wide consortium representing 230 HIV investigators at eight collaborating research institutions in Washington, D.C.
The DC CFAR is made up of eight research institutions:
Children’s National Health System
George Washington University
Veterans Affairs Medical Center
The DC CFAR is a part of a larger network of Centers for AIDS Research (CFARs) funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to provide scientific leadership and institutional infrastructure for HIV/AIDS research.
Engagement in the DC CFAR
We encourage visitors and members to explore this site to learn more about the efforts of the DC CFAR to promote and support local, national and international HIV research. Investigator members can learn more about core services offered including the Pilot Awards Program, mentoring services, basic science and biostatistics core services, conferences, workshops, and educational activities.