Participate in Research
All progress made in the understanding and treatment of disease has been based on the willingness of research participants who have volunteered to make a difference.
The HIV Neurobehavioral Research Program (HNRP) conducts research devoted to advancing our knowledge of HIV and related diseases as they affect the brain and nervous system. Since 1988, approximately 2,700 people have participated in research at the HNRP. The HNRP is continuously seeking individuals from the community to participate. Current study investigations examine the effects of HIV, Hepatitis C infection (HCV), and past Methamphetamine dependence and how these affect the brain, memory and aging and other aspects of human behavior.
Some studies ask for multiple visits in the span of a few months while others ask for only one or two visits per year and last a few years or more. All studies provide monetary compensation for each completed visit.
•are at least 18 years old
•are HIV+ or HIV- (do not have HIV)
•do or do not have a history of substance use
•Lab results (at no cost to you)
•Medical and psychological test results (upon request at no cost to you)
All information obtained during the study is kept strictly confidential.
*Study requirements determine eligibility. Not all persons are eligible.