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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. Support for CFAR is provided by NIH Centers for AIDS Research (CFAR).

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

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.

Recent Publications

Easterhoff D, Pollara J, Luo K, Janus B, Gohain N, Williams LD, Tay MZ, Monroe A, Peachman K, Choe M, Min S, Lusso P, Zhang P, Go EP, Desaire H, Bonsignori M, Hwang KK, Beck C, Kakalis M, O'Connell RJ, Vasan S, Kim JH, Michael NL, Excler JL, Robb ML,...
Watt MH, Minja L, Knettel BA, Mwamba RN, Osaki H, Ngocho JS, Kisigo GA, Renju J, Vissoci JRN, Sao SS, Mmbaga BT
Shen X, Laher F, Moodie Z, McMillan AS, Spreng RL, Gilbert PB, Huang Y, Yates NL, Grunenberg N, Juliana McElrath M, Allen M, Pensiero M, Mehra VL, Der Meeren OV, Barnett SW, Phogat S, Gray GE, Bekker LG, Corey L, Tomaras GD
Msafiri F, Joachim A, Held K, Nadai Y, Chissumba RM, Geldmacher C, Aboud S, Stöhr W, Viegas E, Kroidl A, Bakari M, Munseri PJ, Wahren B, Sandström E, Robb ML, McCormack S, Joseph S, Jani I, Ferrari G, Rao M, Biberfeld G, Lyamuya E, Nilsson C
Fisher L, Zinter M, Stanfield-Oakley S, Carpp LN, Edwards RW, Denny T, Moodie Z, Laher F, Bekker LG, McElrath MJ, Gilbert PB, Corey L, Tomaras G, Pollara J, Ferrari G