During the inaugural David Cooper Lecture, Dr Anthony Fauci shared fascinating insights into the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the 80s, the global response to COVID-19 and the politics of anti-vaxxers.
Significantly more gay and bisexual men are using HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) due to increased confidence in the benefits of HIV treatment for prevention.
A new exhibition at the UNSW Library aims to remember the HIV/AIDS epidemic through the lens of those who were most affected.
We still need to do more to reduce stigma and discrimination towards people living with HIV, says UNSW Research Fellow Timothy Broady.
Tackling stigma surrounding HIV is an enduring challenge, with many people living with HIV/AIDS saying they face discrimination and judgment in their lives.
New reports released today show that increases in government funding for prevention strategies are achieving significant reductions in the risk of HIV transmission.
A study led by the Kirby Institute at UNSW supports evidence that treatment-as-prevention allows people living with HIV to have effectively zero chance of sexually transmitting the virus to others.
A symposium of distinguished guests supported a research agenda to perpetuate the legacy of the late Professor David Cooper.
Hundreds of people gathered at Sydney's Town Hall today to remember UNSW Scientia Professor David Cooper AC, immunologist and pioneer in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Researchers from the Papua New Guinea Institute for Medical Research and UNSW's Kirby Institute say health services are needed to tackle high rates of HIV, hepatitis and STIs among key populations in PNG.