The Johns Hopkins University (JHU) National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Center for Novel Therapeutics of HIV-associated Cognitive Disorders is funded by a P30 Grant from the National Institute of Mental Health.
The NIMH Center is part of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine’s Department of Neurology. Core directors and faculty pursue the Center’s scientific goals by collaborative pooling of resources that the structure of the Center provides and by independent grants that may include other JHU Departments and Universities.
The JHU NIMH Center is one of several U.S. multidisciplinary center programs for research on HIV/AIDS and Mental Health. Here are other Center's across the country:
- University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Penn Center for AIDS Research, Penn CFAR
- Temple School of Medicine
Comprehensive NeuroAIDS Center (CNAC)
- University of Nebraska College of Medicine
Chronic HIV-infection and Aging in NeuroAIDS Center (CHAIN)
- University of California, San Diego
California NeuroAIDS Tissue Network (CNTN)
- Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Institute for NeuroAIDS Disparities (MSINAD)
- Washington University School of Medicine
Neurological AIDS Research Consortium (NARC)