The CFAR LINCS Initiative (Linking Investigators through Networking, Communication, and Science) organizes and facilitates all CFAR activities that promote research interactions between Emory CFAR members and between Emory CFAR members and: 1) non-HIV investigators, 2) HIV/AIDS research colleagues in other domestic and international institutions, and 3) the community.
Examples of CFAR LINC activities include:
Communication: The Network News electronic newsletter, a toll-free conference line, and interest-specific listservs.
Clubs: The "CFAR Network" and the "Vaccine Dinner Club."
Research Groups: The "AIDS Malignancies Interdisciplinary Research Group;" the "HIV Reservoirs and Eradication Scientific Working Group;" the "Neuro-AIDS Scientific Working Group;" the "Non-human Primate Models for HIV Pathogenesis and Vaccines Scientific Working Group;" and the "Translational Research Interdisciplinary Group."
Departmental Seminars: Department of Medicine Division of Infectious Disease; Emory Vaccine Center; Hubert Department of Global Health; Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis
HIV/AIDS Events Calendar: CFAR provides information about upcoming events of interest to the HIV/AIDS research, care, and service community via a Trumba calendar. All CFAR members may add events to the calendar by calling (404.727.2924) or emailing Ms. Judy Catasein, CFAR Program Coordinator.