• About Us

    Vision & Mission, History, Royal Patronage, Organizational Structure, Career

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  • Our Services

    Anonymous Clinic, Men’s Health Clinic, Nutrition Clinic

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  • Research

    Treatment, Prevention, Social Research, HIV Nutrition

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  • Education & Training

    The Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre provides trainings and updates on treatment and care of HIV-infected patients to health care professionals to increase capacity of individuals to provide high quality care to people living with HIV

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  • Social Program

    Adam’s Love, Charity under Royal Patronage, Wednesday Friends’ Club, Wish Your Love

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Organizational Structure

The Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre (TRC-ARC) consists of units that work in complimentary to achieve a common goal of enhancing the health of people living with HIV and preventing new HIV infections. The TRC-ARC is a non-governmental organization under the umbrella of the Thai Red Cross Society. The TRC-ARC has strong ties to the Faculty of Medicine at Chulalongkorn University and the King Chulalongkorn Memorial (KCM) Hospital.

The organizational structure of the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre and its affiliated organizations

The Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre is a leader in HIV treatment in Thailand and in the region. It has research units (HIV-NAT and SEARCH), service clinics (Anonymous clinic and Men’s health clinics), operational programs and peer support group, all dedicated to HIV and its related-diseases work. The Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre currently employs 80 staff members.

Organization chart of the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre

The HIV Netherlands Australia Thailand Research Collaboration (HIV-NAT) is the largest international HIV clinical research unit within the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre. It was established in 1996 as a collaboration between the TRC-ARC, the Kirby Institute of Infections and Immunity in Society/University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia and the Amsterdam institute in Global Health and Development in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. HIV-NAT has been in the forefront in the field of HIV clinical research in Thailand and in the SEA region. HIV-NAT currently has 120 staff members.

 

Organization chart of the HIV Netherlands Australia Thailand Research Collaboration (HIV-NAT)

The South East Asia Research Collaboration with Hawaii (SEARCH) is a research unit of the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre. SEARCH is a collaboration between the TRC-ARC, the University of Hawaii and the US Military HIV research program (USMHRP) to conduct studies on acute HIV infection/HIV cure, neuro AIDS HIV pathogenesis, and HIV vaccines. It currently employs 26 staff members.

Organization chart of the South East Asia Research Collaboration with Hawaii (SEARCH)