International collaborations help prevent, diagnose and treat HIV, TB and HIV-associated cancers in SA

The Clinical HIV Research Unit (CHRU) has a well-established track record of funding from multiple sources to support its research activities and technical assistance. Sources of funding are substantial, recurring and significant.

Its relationship with the National Institute for Health, Division of AIDS has led to a number of grant mechanisms.

Collaboration allow us to strengthen its science through the conduct of peer-reviewed research and create integrated and interdisciplinary teams.  Funding opportunities for collaborative research have also become more available. This collaborative research has made significant contributions to the body of professional knowledge, the knowledge-generation process, health care practitioners and patients.

Long-standing collaborations within the Wits University environment through joint grant applications, research protocols, and publications include:

Significant international collaborations include: