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Rotation graduate students and undergraduate students are also welcome.

Current antiretroviral therapy is effective in the suppression of HIV replication but unable to eliminate latent HIV reservoirs in people living with HIV. Jiang lab at UNC HIV Cure Center aims to understand the molecular mechanisms how HIV transcription machinery is regulated during active HIV transcription and during the establishment of latency, which are being tested in in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo models of HIV latency representing different anatomic sites. The ultimate goal is to translate our understanding of HIV transcription and latency into therapeutic interventions for a cure of HIV.