Beat HIV


This collaborative funding initiative, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, honors Martin Delaney (1945-2009), who was the Founding Director and public voice of Project Inform, one of the nation’s oldest and best-known non-profit foundations working in AIDS. An internationally recognized leader of efforts to provide experimental drugs to seriously ill people prior to FDA approval, his was a key voice in the development of the regulations that today allow accelerated FDA licensure of promising drugs.

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Martin Delaney: In His Own Words

Remembering Martin Delaney

Stephen Becker, Carl Dieffenbach, Clifford Lane, Richard Chaisson, and Joep Lange, among others, offered their thoughts on the life and legacy of Martin Delaney at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) just weeks after his death in January 2009.

Community advocates, AIDS activists, and friends remark on the influence of Martin Delaney.