We investigated the effect of HIV-infection and aging using resting-state fMRI and T1-weighted structural images. First, we assessed the inter-network functional connectivity and identified 8 resting-state networks associate with normal aging. Second, we constructed a functional connectome similarity as a global measure of neural connectivity pattern to assess the effect of age and HIV infection. Lastly, we measured cortical thickness and brain volumetrics. We found a significant effect of aging but not a definite additive or synergistic effect of HIV infection in all three analyses.