Welcome to the HIV/AIDS Prevention Research Division

The mission of the HIV/AIDS Prevention Research Division is to develop and evaluate interventions designed to reduce the spread of HIV and other blood-borne infections. The Division promotes the application of scientifically sound data in the development of public health policies designed to respond to the HIV epidemic.


In The News

HIV and Gay and Bisexual Men Web Content and Fact Sheet


This web content provides information and statistical data about HIV among gay and bisexual men, including a fact sheet that visually displays this information. 

Promote National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day (September 18)


Use these social media posts to raise awareness of HIV, address stigma and other barriers to care, and encourage older adults to get tested and know their status.

Behavioral and Clinical Characteristics of Persons with Diagnosed HIV Infection Medical Monitoring Project, United States 2019 Cycle (June 2019-May 2020)


These are published data from the 2019 cycle (June 2019-May 2020) of the CDC Medical Monitoring Project, or MMP. The MMP is a surveillance system designed to learn more about the experiences and needs of people with HIV. The report provides information on behavioral and clinical outcomes affecting the risk of HIV transmission, morbidity, and mortality that are critical for achieving national HIV prevention goals.

A Summary of HIV Self-Testing Program Models and Lessons Learned


Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published data from the 2019 cycle (June 2019-May 2020) of the Medical Monitoring Project (MMP). The format of the report is now available for the first time in a digital first format, allowing for the report to be viewed easily on a number of digital devices. There are visuals embedded throughout the summary of the report…

Dear Colleague: Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. Year Two Funding Awards Issued


This dear Colleague Letter announces the second major round of CDC funding delivered to state and local health departments as part of the EHE initiative.