About the Hope Clinic

The Hope Clinic is located in Decatur, Ga in the heart of the greater Atlanta area. We are a part of the Division of Infectious Disease at Emory School of Medicine. Our mission is to conduct human research studies and clinical trials for infectious diseases of public health importance.

About Us

Clinical Studies

Our clinical studies encompass vaccine research through clinical trials, treatment, prevention, and community-based research. Learn more about Hope Clinic's ongoing research studies, upcoming studies, and findings from completed studies.

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Volunteer for Research

Study participant recruitment and community engagement are what makes the research we do possible. Volunteers help us carry out our mission here at the Hope Clinic.


Community Outreach

Our Recruitment and Community Engagement Team (CERT) informs the Atlanta community and healthcare and social service providers about various topics related to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, sexual health, and community empowerment.

Engagement Efforts


The Emory Hope Clinic is working hard in the fight against COVID-19 through clinical vaccine and treatment trials, virtual community outreach, and in-office protective measures.

COVID-19 Research

Give to the Hope Clinic

The Hope Clinic collaborates with researchers at The Emory Vaccine Center. The EVC is an epicenter of academic research and development of vaccines against chronic and infectious diseases and is the largest and most comprehensive academic vaccine research center in the world.

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Contact Us
500 Irvin Court, Suite 200
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Main Line 404-712-1370
Fax Line 404-499-9727