2014 CFAR Fall Scientific Retreat

Community Partners Information Table - 2014 CFAR Fall Scientific Retreat

Morning presentations by T32 HIV/AIDS Trainees David Easterhoff and LaTonya Williams, and new CFAR Faculty Recruit, Kevin Saunders - 2014 CFAR Fall Scientific Retreat

Poster Session 2014 CFAR Fall Scientific Retreat

Poster Session 2014 CFAR Fall Scientific Retreat

Poster Session 2014 CFAR Fall Scientific Retreat

Lunch Buffet 2014 CFAR Fall Scientific Retreat

Oral Presentations from Selected Abstract Submissions Grad Student, Elizabeth Wong, Kristen Sullivan, PhD, and Matt Kennedy, PhD - 2014 CFAR Fall Scientific Retreat

Innovative Science from Outside the HIV/AIDS Field Donald Fox, PhD, Ben Yellen, PhD, and Svati Shah, MD - 2014 CFAR Fall Scientific Retreat

CFAR Strategic Partnerships James Moody, PhD, Nelson Chao, MD, MBA, and Tom Denny, MPhil, MS - 2014 CFAR Fall Scientific Retreat

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

Whetten K, Shirey K, Pence BW, Yao J, Thielman N, Whetten R, Adams J, Agala B, Ostermann J, O'Donnell K, Hobbie A, Maro V, Itemba D, Reddy E, CHAT Research Team

Events

Nov 5 2014
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
SORF Building Conference Room
Nov 5 2014
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Fuqua School of Business-McClendon Auditorium
Nov 14 2014
Friday, November 14, 2014
American Tobacco Historic District in Bay 7 in Durham, NC

Community Involvement

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.