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Collaborators


Since its founding in 1991, ADARC has forged collaborative relationships with leading research and funding organizations around the world to leverage its impact in the fight against AIDS.

Foremost is ADARC’s partnership with The Rockefeller University, our affiliate institution, whose scientists have achieved numerous biomedical breakthroughs over the last century. ADARC faculty work closely with Rockefeller colleagues to advance understanding of the function of HIV and ways the body’s immune system might be harnessed to control it. Rockefeller University’s acclaimed clinical research hospital provides a vital platform for testing basic research findings developed in ADARC’s labs. This partnership maximizes opportunities for innovation and accelerates the research timeline.

Other key collaborators include: