HIV Prevention Studies

Since its establishment in 1987, hundreds of HIV-negative have participated in clinical trials at the Case ACTU. Their participation led directly to crucial HIV-prevention research. Many of the clinical trials offered at the Case ACTU are through its affiliation with the HIV Vaccine Trials Network (www.hvtn.org) and the HIV Prevention Trials Network (www.hptn.org). At any given point in time, the Case ACTU has several trials enrolling HIV-negative people for a variety of prevention methods.

To receive more information or for questions regarding AIDS clinical trials at Case Medical Center, call 216-844-4444 or email info@case.edu .


HVTN116 The Case Western Reserve Clinical Trials Unit is currently enrolling healthy, HIV-negative women and men, ages 18-50, in an HIV prevention vaccine trial, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health.  The study is enrolling 101 participants in 5 cities.  This trial is not asking whether the vaccines work as […]

Vaccine Study Enrolling HIV-Negative Men & Women