The Southern HIV and Alcohol Research Consortium (SHARC)is dedicated to improving health outcomes and reducing HIV transmission among the communities affected by HIV and alcohol in Florida.
Training and Professional Development Providing educational training and professional development programs that encourage collaboration with leading and upcoming HIV and alcohol researchers across the state.
Community Engagement Bringing together community members, physicians, and researchers to network, learn, and create synergy for collaborative HIV and alcohol research projects.
Explore the research
Improving health outcomes, reducing transmission rates, and increasing awareness and access to care for communities impacted by HIV and alcohol.
Access SHARC Data
Providing researchers the opportunity to request access and analyze datasets from research projects conducted by members of SHARC.
Sharing our research findings and correlations via publications is key to understanding what factors impact health in relation to HIV and alcohol.
Presenting our research findings and correlations at various conference across Florida, the United States, and the world.
SHARC EVENTs and NEWs
SHARC Welcomes Abby Gracy
SHARC WELCOMES ABBY GRACY! Abby graduated from UF in May of 2022 with her Bachelor’s degree in Health Science. She will be working at SHARC as study…
Christina Parisi Awarded F31 Grant!
Christina’s study aims to describe the population diagnosed with HIV at a late stage of infection as well as the incidence of late diagnosis…
CPR Conference: a message from Dr. Cook
What an amazing conference we had in Gainesville last week! The Florida Community Providers Researchers (CPR) for HIV Conference, co-sponsored by…
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