Carolina awarded $2.91 million to create new ultra-long-acting HIV drug delivery implant


Led by UNC professor of medicine J. Victor Garcia, biomedical researchers have begun a three-year project funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop and implement an effective ultra-long-acting antiviral delivery system to combat the spread of HIV. UNC School of Medicine investigators and colleagues were awarded $2.91 million. (UNC.edu)

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