Welcome to the Brown University Alcohol Research Center on HIV!

The Alcohol Research Center on HIV (ARCH) is a multidisciplinary center grant focused on reducing the impact of alcohol on the breadth and depth of the HIV epidemic.  Funded by NIAAA in September of 2010, the ARCH comprises 3 major research components in addition to an Administrative Core, Pilot Projects Component, Education/Dissemination Component, Virology Core, and Biostatistics Core.

We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our work.  The ARCH Digest provides abstracts from recent research on alcohol and HIV. We also provide links and videos for HIV and addictions treatment providers, people living with HIV, and researchers seeking training in alcohol-HIV science and collaborotive opportunities.