The MidAtlantic AIDS Education and Training Center provides custom designed training and technical assistance to support, motivate, and educate physicians, nurses, physician assistants, dental professionals, pharmacists, advanced practice nurses, and members of the clinical team to provide quality HIV care.
The mission of the Pennsylvania Prevention Project (HPCP) is to contribute to decreasing HIV infection and morbidity and mortality associated with HIV and AIDS through scientifically based interventions.
The Pitt Men's Study is a confidential HIV/AIDS research project that has been ongoing in Pittsburgh for 30 years.
The aim of the Telehealth AETC Appalachian Project (TAAP) is to increase HIV clinical capacity to rural Appalachian community health centers through distance based clinical consultation, education, and technical assistance.
Project Silk is a practice-centered pilot project targeting young adult African American MSM and transgender people aged 13-29. A partnership between the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the University of Pittsburgh.