AIDS/HIV News Archive
An aspirin a day may keep HIV away, U of M study finds
August 9, 2018 —
“These are highly promising results,” said the study’s lead author, Keith Fowke
On the history of infectious disease as an academic discipline
March 9, 2018 —
'We valued the opportunity to bring clinical microbiology to ill patients and make the lab an exciting venue for learning'
Q&A with David Barnard on U of M’s international affairs
February 21, 2018 —
Why do we do so much work abroad?
CBC: 1 in 5 Canadians infected with HIV doesn’t know it
December 1, 2017 —
'One in five Canadians infected with HIV doesn't know it, so federal scientists are looking for ways to make testing more accessible'
Globe and Mail: Stocking the toolbox for HIV prevention and control
November 27, 2017 —
'Dr. Fowke is currently studying a relatively safe, cheap and available anti-inflammatory substance that can have a quietening effect on these immune cells and reduce the risk of HIV transmission'
Wpg Free Press: Frank talk on the luncheon menu
November 23, 2017 —
'(Allan) Ronald has been recognized internationally for his contributions in the fight against AIDS'
Irish Examiner: How to beat colds and flu this winter
November 18, 2016 —
How U of M's HIV/AIDS researcher informs cold a flu season
Bacteria making HIV prevention drugs less effective in African women, UM team finds
August 12, 2016 —
A team of international researchers, including U of M's Adam Burgener, presented evidence from their findings
CAHR Conference to examine local, global battles against HIV/AIDS
May 11, 2016 —
The theme of this year’s conference is: “Realizing Our Potential: Local to Global and Back"
Ending HIV focus of Visionary Conversations dialogue
May 2, 2016 —
Some of the University of Manitoba’s top scientists delved into a discussion on whether an end to HIV is on the horizon