Establishment of the California HIV/AIDS Research Program
Since its founding in 1983 by California State Legislature, the California HIV/AIDS Research Program (CHRP) has supported excellent, timely, and innovative research that is attentive to the needs of California, accelerating progress towards prevention and treatment for HIV/AIDS. During this time over $200M has been awarded for over 2,000 research projects.
CHRP provides start-up funds for the development of cutting edge research by investigators in California, providing critical leverage in bringing subsequent federal and private dollars to the state. A 2006 survey of California investigators found that more than five dollars in federal and other grant support was generated for every dollar invested by CHRP in California-based research.
CHRP is located at the University of California Office of the President.