emory center for aids research 

Discover the Cores

administrative
core

The Administrative Core is the heart of the CFAR at Emory University with responsibility for providing leadership, allocating resources, influencing HIV/AIDS research priorities at Emory, and supporting the growth and development of junior investigators.

developmental
core

The central purpose of the Emory CFAR Developmental Core is to provide needed support to promising junior faculty as they transit the arc from unfunded mentee, to NIH-funded independent AIDS investigator, to HIV research mentor in their own right.

clinical research
core

The Clinical Research Core supports clinical studies in HIV immunology, pathogenesis, treatment, and prevention.  The Core supports research through four clinical sites that collectively see ~11,000 patients living with HIV and ~2,000 HIV- volunteers, constituting one of the largest CFAR-based HIV clinical research populations in the United States.

prevention and implementation
sciences core

The central purpose of the Prevention and Implementation Sciences Core is to advance research and interventions designed to prevent new infections and improve health equity in populations living with and at risk for HIV.

VIROLOGY & MOLECULAR BIOMARKERS
CORE

The Virology and Molecular Biomarkers Core supports virology studies at all points along the spectrum of HIV/AIDS and SIV research for human and non-human primates.

systems immunology
core

The Systems Immunology Core performs assessments of immunological function for studies of the pathogenesis, treatment, and prevention of immunodeficiency virus infections in humans and non-human primates.  The Core is located at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center.

biostatistics and
bioinformatics core

The central purpose of the Emory CFAR Developmental Core is to provide needed support to promising junior faculty as they transit the arc from unfunded mentee, to NIH-funded independent AIDS investigator, to HIV research mentor in their own right.

Contact Us

Center for AIDS Research at Emory University
1518 Clifton Rd, NE
Suite 8050
Mailstop: 1518-002-8BB
Atlanta, GA 30322-4201
404.727.2924  |  cfaradmin@emory.edu

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