AIDS-Related Diseases
Providing expertise and resources to better understand, prevent and treat HIV and AIDS.
Nonhuman Primate Systems Biology
Using systems biology and computational modeling to understand infection and immunology.
Global Programs
Focusing on conservation biology, field study training and emerging infectious diseases.
Neuroscience
Using the primate model to answer questions about the nervous system, vision and more.
Reproductive & Developmental Sciences
Exploring reproductive biology, stem cell research and cognitive development.
Evolutionary Emergence of Infectious Diseases
Understanding how interspecies interaction leads to the emergence of disease.
Venture/Pilot Program
Providing specialized facilities, expertise and support to investigators with approved projects.

Division of AIDS-Related Diseases

The Division of AIDS-Related Research is comprised of two Resource Cores: the AIDS Virology Resource Core and AIDS Animal Model Core. Through these cores, the division supports the following programs: Core Research Program, Affiliate Research Program and Training Program.

The division includes both core and affiliate investigators with a broad spectrum of active research programs. The Core Research Program currently includes core investigators maintaining active research programs in the following areas:

  • Virology
  • Vaccine research
  • Immunology
  • Evaluation of anti-HIV drugs and microbicides
  • Animal models
  • Molecular Biology
  • Genomics

The Affiliate Research Program includes many research affiliates and collaborators outside of the Center who routinely utilize the Center’s scientific, technical, laboratory and animal resources. The Affiliate Research Program encompasses all aspects of AIDS-related research.

Training program
All members of the Core Research Program participate in the training of personnel conducting AIDS-related research. Besides training of students, fellows, research technologists and other professionals, members of division also host national and international visiting scholars, conduct seminars and organize research meetings to promote and utilize the intellectual and scientific resources at the Center.

Core Staff Scientists

Name
WaNPRC Division
Position
UW Department(s)
Deborah FullerAIDS-Related DiseasesCore Staff ScientistDepartment of Microbiology
Shiu-Lok Hu

AIDS-Related Diseases

Nonhuman Primate
Systems Biology
Core Staff ScientistDepartment of Pharmaceutics
Michael G. Katze
Nonhuman Primate
Systems Biology

AIDS-Related Diseases
Core Staff ScientistDepartment of Microbiology
Nichole KlattAIDS-related ResearchCore Staff ScientistDepartment of Pharmaceutics