Research Centers and Training Grants
The Department of Epidemiology leads (or co-leads) a wide range of renowned research and service centers and programs with partners across Emory University. These include:
CFAR exists to facilitate scientifically rigorous basic, clinical, translational, and behavioral research in HIV/AIDS and to connect HIV/AIDS researchers within and across scientific fields.
CPHPR’s mission is to advance the art and science of public health practice and to identify policies and tools that enable communities to prepare for, respond to, and recover from emerging infectious diseases, terrorism, and other public health threats.
Center for Spina Bifida Research, Prevention and Policy
EPICORE is a multidisciplinary research group concentrating on clinical and population epidemiology, outcomes research, clinical trials, and translational research in cardiovascular diseases and related disciplines.
GCCS’s mission is to conduct research, teaching, and service related to cancer surveillance and epidemiology.
The "Multidisciplinary Research Training to Reduce Inequalities in Cardiovascular Health (METRIC)" T32 training program is designed to prepare outstanding candidates for a successful research career that will ultimately help reduce health disparities in cardiovascular disease.
Through the confluence of behavioral, social science, epidemiology and biomedical research, PRISM Health (Programs, Research, & Innovation in Sexual Minority Health) undertakes quality science, innovative research, and evidence-based programming to better understand and improve the sexual health of sexual minority populations, with a focus on HIV.