Special Issue "The Past, Present and Future of NeuroHIV: A Perspective to A Cure"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2022) | Viewed by 24152
The evolution of NeuroHIV has been remarkable according to the introduction of anti-retroviral treatment. Currently, the NeuroHIV field is changing rapidly and we need to inform the scientific community of the past, current, and future of the field. This Special Issue of Cells will focus on integration from patient behavior into basic biology. Finally, we will discuss new avenues of treatment toward preventing the devastating consequences of NeuroHIV and the unexpected branches of our research into numerous human diseases.
Prof. Dr. Eliseo Eugenin
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