The Center for Advanced Genomic Technologies (CAGT) highlights, supports and promotes the strong genomic research landscape at Duke and builds on its efforts in genomic technology to understand and treat human disease.
A vaccine research against infectious diseases that impact global health, including HIV, COVID, tuberculosis, and influenza.
Promotes collaboration and coordination of AIDS-related research by supporting the scientific needs of the basic and clinical research communities at Duke.
Supports research for the development and application of immunotherapies for a range of human cancers.
Provides an interdepartmental intellectual home for Duke investigators who are interested in host-microbe interactions.
Seeks to accelerate human systems immunology research to understand immune resilience and advance discoveries across experimental, quantitative, and clinical sciences.
A multidisciplinary group of basic and clinical researchers dedicated to improving understanding of, and patient care for, multiple sclerosis and autoimmune disease.
The mission of the Center for RNA Biology is to develop and foster research activities in the broad area of RNA biology. The Center organizes a variety of activities and provides numerous resources to support trainee development, promote research progress, and encourage interdisciplinary collaboration.