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Emory Vaccine Center

Established in 1996, researchers at the Emory Vaccine Center (EVC), a division of the Emory School of Medicine housed at the Yerkes Research Center, study and develop vaccines for HIV/AIDS, cancers, hepatitis C, malaria, influenza and other global infectious disease threats. Rafi Ahmed, PhD, leads the division. The EVC provides an interdisciplinary focus for research in immunology and vaccines and fosters communication and collaboration among researchers to better understand the complexities of infectious diseases, cancer biology and vaccine development.

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