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Emory CFAR at ID Week 2022

Emory University at ID Week 2022 Emory University is well-represented at the ID Week 2022 conference with 47 presentations — 24 talks or panels and 23 posters — featuring Emory faculty, students, and staff.  Please use the full spreadsheet of presentations below as a ...

Emory CFAR Members Receive R01 from NIH NIDCR to Accelerate Search for Novel Biomarkers for Oral HPV Infection Among People Living with HIV

Emory University is awarded 3.9 million ($3,930,416 from 2022 to 2027) from the National Institutes of Health (NIH, NIDCR) for a new R01 to accelerate the search for novel biomarkers for oral human papillomavirus (HPV) infection among people living with HIV. The...

Call for Proposals that Address the Intersection of HIV and the Monkeypox Virus

NOTICE OF SPECIAL INTEREST (NOSI): Research at the Intersection of HIV & Monkeypox  The Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) at Emory University is soliciting applications for pilot grants of up to $25,000 for one-year research projects that address the intersection of...

Call for Applications for the Emory Training Program in HIV Translational Research to End the Epidemic

TRAINING OPPORTUNITY: Fellow-driven & mentor-supported HIV translational research post-doctoral fellowships at Emory University through new HIV-focused NIH T32 Program

2022 Greeting from the Emory CFAR Co-Directors

Read a recap of the CFAR’s successes from 2021 and a few plans for 2022.

A cure for HIV: Emory receives $23.8 million NIH grant to accelerate research

An Emory University-led research collaboration has been awarded a five-year, $23.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to fast-track research to cure HIV infection or put it in permanent remission.

Welcome to New Center for AIDS Research at Emory Core Leadership

The CFAR Leadership and Emeriti Directors evaluated candidates to select the leadership for the Cores. These individuals were selected based on their outstanding contributions to HIV Science, leadership experience and potential, and commitment to mentoring and supporting the next generation of HIV researchers.

Emory infectious disease leaders appointed to direct Center for AIDS Research

The Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) at Emory University has announced the appointment of two new co-directors. Ann Chahroudi, MD, PhD, and Colleen Kelley, MD, MPH.

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