• Clinical Trials Unit at Emory's Hope Clinic

Clinical Trials Unit

The Emory-CDC HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Unit:

  • 5 sites
  • 3 continents
  • 2 institutions
  • 1 mission


 Click About Us to learn more

Hot off the press

Participants Needed for COVID-19 Vaccine and Therapeutic Trials

The mRNA-1273 vaccine is being developed to prevent COVID-19. The purpose of this study is to test Moderna’s vaccine candidate to see if it can prevent illness if people are exposed to the SARS-CoV-2 virus in their everyday lives. The mRNA-1273 vaccine is not made from the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It is made from messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA), a genetic code that tells cells how to make protein, which helps the body’s immune system make antibodies to fight the virus. The vaccine cannot cause infection or make someone sick with COVID-19.

Phase 3 studies are where researchers can ask the questions, “Does this product prevent new infections? Or if people do become infected, does the product help them control the infection so that it doesn’t become severe disease?” These studies involve many thousands of people, usually including some participants who are at increased risk for infection.

Visit ClinicalTrials.gov and search identifier NCT04470427 for additional details.

 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

  • Any gender
  • Not pregnant
  • Ages 18+
  • In good health

MORE INFORMATION ON THE COVE STUDY

VOLUNTEER FOR THE COVE STUDY - SITE CODES- HOPE(Decatur, GA) or LEON (Downtown Atlanta)

 

To read other papers we have published, like those published before 2013, click Publications

Clinical Research Sites

 
CTU.Map.Sites.JPG

The leardership and supervision of the five sites that make up the clinical trials unit (CTU) is divided among its two institutions (Emory University and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC]).  Emory overseas the two USA-based sites and the protocol specific site in the Philippines, while CDC overseas the two additional international sites.

Please visit the pages below to learn about these five sites

Community

Picture taken at 2016 Annual Community Advisory Board (CAB) retreat. From Left to Right: Drs. Lennox, del Rio, and Edupuganti and two of our CAB members, Neena Smith-Bankhead and Reggie Dunbar.
  
To learn more about our Community Partners or Community Advisory Boards, click Community 
 
To learn about ways to get involved in our research and community activities, click Participate
 
Please read our newsletters to get HIV/AIDS news and learn about our upcoming community activities.

To get up-to-date information about global/national HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, and research efforts, click here