• New Discovery: Frog Slime Kills Flu Virus

  • AIDS Vaccine 200 Mile Bike Ride Fundraiser

  • Scientific Collaboration

  • AIDS Vaccine Philanthropy

  • AIDS Vaccine 200 Mile Bike Ride Fundraiser

  • HIV/AIDS Vaccine Discovery

  • Active Clinical Trials

Vaccine Philanthropy

Philanthropic donations provide seed funding for elite junior scientists working toward understanding, preventing and curing HIV/AIDS. This funding mechanism is critical in expanding the scope of HIV and AIDS research at the Emory Vaccine Center. These funds lead to discoveries and progress in the fight to combat HIV/AIDS on a global scale.

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Help Us Save Lives

Donations expand the Emory Vaccine Center's ability to improve human health. YOUR HELP LEADS... To pioneering studies promising vaccines. To the purchase of cutting-edge equipment. To critical clinical trials and testing. The recruitment and retention of top scientists from around the world. On average, each private funding dollar the Emory Vaccine Center receives is leveraged to acquire 17 additional research dollars in the form of prestigious federal grants.

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Featured Researcher

Kendra Quicke was recently awarded the Emory 2018 Graduate Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences Graduate Career Award. This is a prestigious award given to one student each year who exemplifies true potential and excellence in science. Kendra works in Dr. Suthar's lab. To view one of Kendra's publications click the learn more link below.

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What's Happening Now

While the Emory Vaccine Center continues to work toward creating a universal flu vaccine it is important to take the necessary precautions. Flu season is fast approaching. Learn how to keep yourself, your family and community healthy this flu season. The CDC recommends: 1.) Getting a flu vaccine 2.) Taking everyday prevention actions to stop the spread of germs 3.) Take flu antiviral medication if your physician prescribes them.

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