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At MHRP you'll be a part of a team that will advance the HIV field as we search for an effective vaccine, and help save lives in Africa through HIV prevention, care and treatment programs.
Join MHRP’s team and make a difference in the worldwide effort to control the HIV pandemic.
The best way to get a sense of the people at MHRP is to hear from them in their own words. We've asked staff in a variety of roles across the organization to share their experiences working at MHRP. Here's what they had to say.
Manager, Specimen Processing Lab
"Were working for a solution to a real problem. For me working at MHRP is not just a paycheck, I feel like I'm making a difference."
Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor, PEPFAR
"I like the creativity and innovation of our program. I feel like my ideas and initiatives are listened to and piloted. You can really feel the impact."
International Program Manager
"MHRP allows me to be more of a student of science again; it's not always the business side of things anymore."
This HIV Vaccine Awareness Day, we reflect upon how much we've learned in the quest for an effective vaccine. While we don't have a vaccine yet, we know a vaccine is possible and will be a critical tool to help end the epidemic.
In a ceremony held May 1, Col. Nelson Michael received the Hero of Military Medicine Award for the U.S. Army for his excellence as an HIV researcher and leader in global health.
A research team led by the Duke and MHRP won the “Best Academic Research Team” award at the 6th Vaccine Industry Excellence Awards ceremony at the World Vaccine Congress.
The annual cost of providing antiretroviral therapy (ART) to HIV-infected patients in Kenya averaged $224, or less than $20 per month. A paper in the Journal of the International AIDS Society provides the first published estimate of the cost of ART treatment programs in Kenya.