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EInstein-Rockefeller-cuny (ERC) Center for AIDS research 

The ERC-CFAR synergizes the scientific strengths, research expertise and clinical resources of three major NYC academic institutions, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Einstein), The Rockefeller University (Rockefeller) and The City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy (CUNY). The ERC-CFAR links a strong basic and clinical research institution with a large patient base of HIV-infected individuals (Einstein), a globally pre-eminent basic science institution (Rockefeller), and a strong public health/implementation science institution (CUNY) to catalyze research to prevent, treat and eradicate HIV infection and thereby end the epidemic. 

Dr. Golub is Associate Director of the ERC-CFAR Behavioral Sciences Core, which facilitates the development and implementation of interdisciplinary, theory-driven, rigorous behavioral and social science research that aligns bench, bedside and community to prevent new HIV infections and improve HIV care.