Surveillance

  • CDC Releases New Data from the Medical Monitoring Project
    07-13-2022On July 12, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published data from the 2020 cycle (June 2020 May 2021) of the...
  • Signs of a Sea Change? Syphilis Increases May Be Reversing among Gay & Bisexual Men
    04-13-2022Syphilis continues to disproportionately affect gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (MSM), but a decades-long incre...
  • Watch PACHA’s Virtual Meeting November 15 and 17
    11-10-2021The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) will hold its 72nd full Council meeting on Monday, November 15 and Wednesda...
  • Round-up of Recent HIV-related Funding Announcements – Application Deadlines Approaching
    07-07-2021Several HHS agencies have announced new funding opportunities on topics that intersect with HIV prevention, care, and treatment a...
  • CDC Releases Two HIV Surveillance Reports
    05-07-2020Cross-posted from Centers for Disease Control and PreventionDear Colleague,As our country continues to battle the COVID-19 pandem...
  • HIV.gov's Top 10 Blog Posts of 2019
    01-09-2020As 2020 begins, we pause to review and reflect upon our most-read posts of 2019.
  • Highlights: Wrap-up from CROI 2019
    03-12-2019Last week HIV.gov covered HIV research coming out of the 2019 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.
  • CDC Research Highlights from CROI 2019: Molecular Surveillance, PrEP Use among MSM, and Ending the HIV Epidemic (video)
    03-08-2019Dr. Jonathan Mermin and Dr. Eugene McCray joined us to share highlights of some of the CDC-supported studies presented at the conference.
  • CDC Data Confirm: Progress in HIV Prevention Has Stalled
    02-28-2019The dramatic decline in annual HIV infections has stopped and new infections have stabilized in recent years, according to a CDC report published today.
  • New AIDSVu Resources for National HIV Testing Day
    06-26-2018This year, multiple resources are available for National HIV Testing Day, including the CDC’s #DoingItMyWay (#HaciendoloAMiManera) social media campaign a…
  • Using Data to Make Healthcare & Program Decisions
    02-20-2018Data keeps us alert to what we should be focusing on and who is currently most at risk - Brenda Hernandez We al...
  • Frequency of HIV Testing and Time from Infection to Diagnosis Improve
    11-28-2017Cross-posted from CDC Newsroom A new CDC Vital Signs report published today finds that HIV is being diagnosed sooner after infec...
  • New HIV Infections Drop 18 Percent in Six Years
    02-14-2017Decline signals HIV prevention and treatment efforts in the U.S. are paying off, but not all communities are seeing the same progress....