A safe and effective HIV vaccine offers our best hope for ending the HIV epidemic.
We are currently enrolling volunteers for HIV vaccine studies and are looking for HIV negative men and women who are generally healthy and between the ages of 18 and 50 years. The trials last 12-18 months.
You cannot get HIV from the vaccines.
Interested in joining this study? Fill out the form here to see if you are eligible!
Forgetting to take your daily pill often? Your newest prevention option: injectable PrEP.
This is a Phase 2/3 study that compares the effectiveness of injectable PrEP and daily oral pills to prevent HIV.
Are you an HIV-negative man or transgender woman, older than 18, that has sex with men? We need your help.
You may be able to participate in our injectable PrEP study. Fill out the form at iPrEPNYC.org to see if you could be eligible!
Project ACHIEVE is doing a research study to learn more about what are Black men and transwomen’s best options for HIV testing. Participants will make just one initial visit to our site and complete two online surveys, at 3 months and 6 months from the time of enrollment.
Regular testing is key to knowing your status. Building community support for testing helps keep our communities healthy. Our study aims to learn whether an HIV self-testing program with a friend increases regular testing among young, Black, gay, same gender loving, bisexual and other men who have sex with men or transgender women.
Project ACHIEVE and Columbia Research Unit are currently treating participants that enrolled in the AMP study.