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La Trobe's ARC funding success

ARC funds 10 research projects

World AIDS Day 2018 - How Australia can be a leader in ending the HIV epidemic

Dr Graham Brown, program Lead in HIV and Hepatitis C at La Trobe’s Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society on World AIDS day 2018.

Establishing Priorities for HIV Prevention and Care Research in Malaysia

The report from ARCSHS July Meeting in Kuala Lumpur in collaboration with the Centre for Excellence in AIDS Research at the University of Malaya and the Malaysian AIDS Council is now available online...

Valuing the central role of community at AIDS 2018

On Wednesday the 25th of July at the international AIDS conference in Amsterdam, ARCSHS in conjunction with UNAIDS and GNP+ hosted a meeting titled: “How do we maintain and evidence the crucial role of community-based...

New opportunity for a Level B Research Fellow at ARCSHS

ARCSHS is a globally recognised centre of research excellence for over 25 years. Staff and students within ARCSHS examine many aspects of sexuality, sexual health and the social dimensions of human relationships. The Cen

Spotlight on bisexual mental health

La Trobe research leads to new national support group

Agent of change

Dr Anthony Lyons talks about framing the agenda on sex and sexuality in contemporary Australia

Blood Borne Virus Program Update - August 2018

News from HIV and viral hepatitis research, resources, projects, events and services in Victoria from the BBV Program at ARCSHS

ARCSHS works with the Malaysian AIDS Council on establishing priorities for HIV prevention

ARCSHS joins representatives from across Malaysia to address HIV prevention, testing, linkage to care and antiretroviral adherence for priority populations.

AIDS 2018: ARCSHS talks community-lead responses to HIV

ARCSHS partnered with UNAIDS and GNP+ at the 2018 International AIDS Society Conference in Amsterdam to talk valuing the central role of community in the response to HIV.

Today is World Hepatitis Day - this is what you need to know

Program Coordinator of the Blood Borne Virus Sector Development Program at ARCSHS, Jen Johnson writes why World Hepatitis Day is important day for raising awareness of viral hepatitis in Australia.

Jason Ball on the significance of the AFL Pride Game, community Pride Cups and the launch of Rainbow Network Sport + Rec

Jason Ball on the significance of the AFL Pride Game, community Pride Cups and the launch of Rainbow Network Sport + Rec

Malaysia's HIV dilemma

A study by Susan Chong aims to examine the delay in seeking treatment for HIV and AIDS in Malaysia.

Why International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersex phobia and Transphobia is important in 2018

Today is International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersex phobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT). Director of GLHV@ARCSHS, Liam Leonard reflects on why IDAHOBIT exists and its significance in 2018

ARCSHS hosts the Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG to explore with panel, where next after marriage equality?

Distinguished Ambassador for ARCSHS, the Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG, recently visited Bundoora for a keynote presentation addressing the many challenges still experienced by LGBTI communities.

BBV April bulletin summary

HIV and viral hepatitis research, resources, projects, events and services in Victoria, Australia

ARCSHS Celebrates Pride Day on Campus

Pride Day at Bundoora campus was an exciting opportunity to share our research and resources with the student and staff community at La Trobe

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