UF Health Team Receives $6.6 Million To Study Treatments To Boost Cognition for Those With HIV (UF Health News)

UF Health Team Receives $6.6 Million To Study Treatments To Boost Cognition for Those With HIV

With advancements in HIV treatments, people with HIV are living longer. More than half of Americans with HIV are now over age 50.

Yet with longer lives comes an additional health concern. As people living with HIV age, about half will experience some sort of cognitive decline.

Now, with the support of a $6.6 million program project grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, University of Florida researchers, along with colleagues at the University of Miami, Florida State University and the University of Louisville, will evaluate three promising interventions that may improve cognitive function in those with HIV who consume alcohol.

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