Acknowledgments

The work summarized in this article was performed in the context of the HIV Neurobehavioral Research Center (HNRC) (principal support by National Institute of Mental Health Grant MH45294). The San Diego HIV Neurobehavioral Research Center (HNRC) group is affiliated with the University of California, San Diego, the Naval Hospital, San Diego, and the San Diego Veterans Affairs Healthcare System and includes the following: director, Igor Grant, codirectors, J. Hampton Atkinson, J. Allen McCutchan; center manager, Thomas D. Marcotte; Naval Hospital, San Diego, Mark R. Wallace; neuromedical component, J. Allen McCutchan, Ronald J. Ellis, Scott Letendre, and Rachel Schrier; neurobehavioral component, Robert K. Heaton, Mariana Cherner, and Julie Rippeth; imaging component, Terry Jernigan, and John Hesselink; neuropathology component, Eliezer Masliah; clinical trials component, J. Allen McCutchan, J. Hampton Atkinson, Ronald J. Ellis, and Scott Letendre; data management unit, Daniel R. Masys and Michelle Frybarger, (data systems manager); statistics unit, Ian Abramson, Reena Deutsch, and Tanya Wolfson.

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