Affiliated Centers and Institutes
Performs cutting edge vaccine research against infectious diseases that impact global health, including HIV, tuberculosis, influenza, malaria, ebola and cytomegalovirus.
Promotes collaboration and coordination of AIDS-related research by supporting scientific needs of the basic and clinical research communities at Duke.
Supports basic research, clinical research and clinical care to advance the diagnosis, treatment and care of cancer patients.
Provides an interdepartmental intellectual home for Duke investigators who are interested in host-pathogen interactions.
Multidisciplinary group of basic and clinical researchers dedicated to improving understanding of, and patient care for, multiple sclerosis and autoimmune disease.