Duke surgeons perform groundbreaking HIV organ transplant

Read More

New Duke research could make HIV incidence tracking faster, cheaper

Read More

2017 Fall Scientific Retreat Keynote Speaker: Mary Klotman, Dean of the Duke University School of Medicine, speaks on “Driving Success through Partnerships"

The winner of the 2017 Director’s Award is Lizzy Knippler, Program Coordinator for the Duke CFAR SBS Core!

2017 Duke CFAR Membership Survey Results

Read More

CFAR Chalk Talk June 29, 2017 Cliburn Chan, Director of the CFAR Biostatistics and Computational Biology Core

Read More

Starting Thursday, June 1st!

Read More

Overarching HIV/AIDS research priorities and guidelines NIH will use for determining AIDS funding beginning in fiscal year 2016.

Read More

CFAR at Duke

The Duke Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) promotes the collaboration and coordination of AIDS-related research by supporting the scientific needs of the basic and clinical research community at Duke. 

Recent Publications

Gokhale NS, Horner SM
Fan Q, Nelson CS, Bialas KM, Chiuppesi F, Amos J, Gurley TC, Marshall DJ, Eudailey J, Heimsath H, Himes J, Deshpande A, Walter MR, Wussow F, Diamond DJ, Barry PA, Moody MA, Kaur A, Permar SR
Boerma RS, Bunupuradah T, Dow D, Fokam J, Kariminia A, Lehman D, Kityo C, Musiime V, Palumbo P, Schoffelen A, Sophan S, Zanoni B, Rinke de Wit TF, Calis JCJ, Sigaloff KCE, Paediatric Second-line Study Group

Community Involvement

"Supporting the comprehensive efforts of the Duke AIDS research community"

Mission Towards the Community

Enhance the reach and impact of Duke studies by supporting collaborative community research and assisting investigators in the dissemination of findings to the community and larger scientific arena.