Study Recruitment

The HIV Neurobehavioral Research Program (HNRP) at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) is conducting research into the effects and treatments of HIV infection and co-occurring conditions (for example, Hepatitis C).

You may be eligible to participate in one or more of these research studies. Benefits of participation vary but may include test results, treatments and/or compensation. All personal information is strictly confidential. Study participation is voluntary.

For further details about any of our studies, please call (619) 543-5000 and ask to speak with a recruiter.

 

 

 

Cannabis Effects on Antiretroviral Therapy, Pharmacokinetics, and Neurotoxicity




Physical Activity and Diet Study

 

Measurement of ART Drug Concentrations in Brain by 19f-MRS as an Indicator of Neurotoxicity


Potential Benefits of Egrifta on the Brain

Health in Older Latinos

 

Neuropathic Pain and Cannabis Use Study

  

Cross-species Studies of Smoking Effects on Cognition and Neuroinflammation in HIV

 

Virtual Reality Assessment of How HIV Affects Cognitive and Balance Problems

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