The National AIDS Research Institute (NARI), founded in 1992 in Pune, India, strives to create a world in which there are no new infections, no deaths due to AIDS, and no HIV/AIDS-related discrimination. In order to achieve this goal, NARI works to control the spread of HIV, provide care to HIV-infected populations, and spread knowledge about the disease. NARI established advantageous collaborations with International and National organizations such as Vanderbilt University, Duke University, Harvard University, WHO, and the National Institute of Epidemiology located in Chennai, India. These collaborations allow NARI to build capacity in clinical, epidemiological, and basic science research.
Suhas Shewale, MPH