Infectious diseases are among the most critical health problems for people living in both the developed and developing world. Emerging pathogens, from HIV/AIDS to SARS to avian influenza, are a constant and rapidly evolving threat.
The Center for Infectious Diseases at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an internationally recognized leader in infectious disease research and training.
Our center is committed to a broad range of clinical care, research and teaching activities in North Carolina and around the world. ID faculty and staff are extensively involved in prevention programs, from vaccination outreach to civilian biodefense preparedness.
UNC is ranked #9 for AIDS specialty programs by U.S. News & World Report.