Info about some of Our Current Studies
Click the sections below to see more information about current studies that are open and enrolling new participants.
This study will see if long-acting injectable HIV medicine (a shot) can be used by people who have had problems taking their HIV pills regularly or have had problems attending their clinic appointments.
Only people with a detectable viral load can go on this study.
This study doesn't give the shot at the beginning. The first step is to take oral medicines for HIV and to lower the amount of virus in the blood.
After several months, people who sign up for this study will transition from pills to the shot.
To learn more about this study, email the research nurse: Tracey Watkins, LPN (email@example.com).
This study will help understand how HIV treatment affects body weight, body fat, and muscle mass.
This study is looking for 129 people in Nashville- especially people who haven't started HIV meds yet.
To learn more about this study, email the research nurse: Anna Tate, RN (firstname.lastname@example.org).