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Winter Break Closure Dates for ATN Coordinating Center

The ATN's Coordinating Center is housed at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which will be closed for winter break December 24, 2018 - January 1, 2019. 

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On World AIDS Day, a Look at US Youth and HIV Prevention

The Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions (ATN) is focused on researching innovative strategies and programs to help youth reduce their chances of becoming infected with HIV and helping youth living with HIV to lead healthier lives by promoting engagement in care and testing novel bio-behavioral treatment options.

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Ways for Youth Living with HIV to be Mentally Healthy, Without Spending a Dime!

By Alejandro "Alex" Fernandez - We’ve all heard that saying "treat yourself," and here are ways you can do this without having to spend money!

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Five iTech Studies Open Recruitment

Five iTech studies began enrollment in October. Read more about them.

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Recap of the ATN Fall 2018 Meeting

The ATN fall meeting was held October 17-18, 2018 in Washington, DC at the Washington Hilton. The ATN meets biannually so that researchers can network and collaborate with each other on adolescent HIV prevention and care.

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ATN Researcher Profile: Ilyssa Tamler

Ilyssa Tamler realized she wanted to work in medical research after studying abroad, where she met children orphaned by HIV and AIDS. Today she is the lead coordinator for the first stage of the ATN’s Planning 4 PrEP (P4P) study, where she is involved with surveys and study participant interviews.

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