Institutes and Labs

The face of research is changing, requiring more specialized collaboration among numerous investigators, sites, and facilities.

Below is a list of institutes and labs where we conduct research.

Sarah W. Stedman Nutrition and Metabolism Center

The Sarah W. Stedman Nutrition and Metabolism Center is an interdepartmental and interdisciplinary center for metabolic and nutritional research with strong ties to basic and clinical research groups on the Duke campus and beyond.

Duke Center for AIDS Research (CFAR)

CFAR is committed to supporting HIV researchers who work to develop innovative preventive and therapeutic strategies to control and ultimately eradicate HIV infection. CFAR actively recruits researchers in other fields whose talent and interests could aid in HIV research and vaccine development, and also trains young basic and clinical scientists in how to conduct excellent research initiatives that will further the cause of medicine.

Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI)

DCRI and its staff provide the specialized facilities, training, and staff support that is necessary for our clinical research studies. The DCRI is the primary site for a number of prominent multi-center trials.

Lifestyle and Weight Management Center

This Center is among the most highly respected treatment centers in the world for individuals who are overweight or obese. Members from our division conduct research in conjunction with members and other staff members of the center.

Precision Medicine Program

This program offers support and collaboration for our researchers to examine the genomic signatures of certain endocrine diseases.

Duke Center for Genomics and Computational Biology

GCB is an interdisciplinary center where faculty from across Duke’s campus collaborate to study complex problems in genomic and computational biology, train researchers, and develop genomic technologies.

Duke Translational Medicine Institute (DTMI)

DTMI is an integrated support structure that provides resources and training, and facilitates collaborative research in clinical and translational research.