The mission of the Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy (OIDP) is to provide strategic leadership and management, while encouraging collaboration, coordination, and innovation among federal agencies and stakeholders to reduce the burden of infectious diseases.
OIDP oversees five federal advisory committees that leverage expert advice to prevent infectious diseases in the United States.
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OIDP Topics Tile
OIDP covers a number of topics related to infectious disease including antibiotic resistance, blood and tissue safety and availability, HIV/AIDS, vaccines, viral hepatitis, sexually transmitted infections, and tick-borne diseases.
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