The Johns Hopkins Division of Infectious Diseases operates a number of centers of excellence that further their innovative research and patient care. Our investigators also work collaboratively with other institutes and labs to conduct innovative research across disciplines.
Divisional Centers of Excellence
Center for AIDS Research
The Johns Hopkins CFAR coordinates and mobilizes scientific, clinical and public health resources to generate new knowledge for understanding, responding to, and controlling the HIV pandemic. The CFAR is dedicated to preparing the next generation of researchers to continue to discover, evaluate and implement new tools and strategies for ending the AIDS epidemic.
Center for Clinical Global Health Education
The Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education (CCGHE) provides innovative clinical education to health care providers in resource-limited regions of the world.
Center for Infection and Inflammation Imaging Research
The Center for Infection and Inflammation Imaging Research core provides state-of-the art small animal imaging equipment, including PET, SPECT and CT, to support the wide range of scientific projects for the research community of Johns Hopkins and beyond.
Center for Reproductive Tract Infections
The mission is to provide accurate diagnosis, treatment and management of reproductive tract infections (RTIs) and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in a sensitive and confidential environment.
Center for Tuberculosis Research
The goal of the Johns Hopkins Center for Tuberculosis Research (CTR) is to contribute to global tuberculosis control through a range of research initiatives in epidemiology, clinical trials, drug development, diagnostics, vaccine development, pathogenesis, and basic biology.
Viral Hepatitis Center
The Viral Hepatitis Center combines interests in the epidemiology, host genetics, host immune response, viral pathogenesis, and viral evolution to discover new ways to understand, treat, and prevent viral hepatitis infections and their complications.
Transplant and Oncology Infectious Disease Center
The mission of the comprehensive Transplant and Oncology ID (TOID) Program is to expand institutional expertise in clinical and academic activities focused on infectious complications in transplant (solid organ and stem cell) and oncology patients. In addition to clinical expertise, key efforts are currently directed to developing standardized algorithms for prevention and treatment of infections in these patient populations.
Center for Global Health
The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health promotes collaboration; marshals resources for research, policy, and programmatic initiatives; recruits dynamic faculty and other professionals; and trains the next generation of leaders in global health.
Bayview Infectious Diseases
Hospital Epidemiology & Infection Control
The mission of the Department of Hospital Epidemiology and Infection Control is to promote patient safety by reducing the risk of acquiring and transmitting infections; and to become a leader in health care epidemiology and infection control field.