The Duke Center for Virology serves as an intellectual home for scientists at Duke who are interested in viral replication and pathogenesis or in the use of attenuated viruses as gene therapy vectors or vaccines.
Center for Virology functions include:
- Annual Fall Minisymposium on Viral Oncology and AIDS Malignancy
- Annual Spring Minisymposium on Pathogenic Human Viruses
- Distinguished Virologist Lecture
- Monthly Virology Journal Club
- Monthly Virology Works in Progress meetings
- Monthly Virology Happy Hour
- NIH training grant in “Viral Oncology”
- Travel grants for virology students and post-docs to present their research at virology-related conferences
Individuals who are interested in virology research at Duke are encouraged to investigate the research projects that are ongoing in the laboratories of the Center faculty. Candidates interested in post-doctoral research opportunities should apply directly to the laboratory in question, while graduate student applicants should apply to the graduate program of the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology.