Studies Started Post-2005

ANCHOR Study: Anal Cancer/HSIL Outcomes Research Study, (AMC Protocol #A01)

  • Principal Investigator(s): Lori Panther, MD, MPH
  • Study Contact: Lori Panther, MD, MPH, 617-927-6056, lpanther@bidmc.harvard.edu
  • Description of Subjects: HIV+ men, women and transgender people >35 years old
  • Location (Domestic vs. International): University of California at San Francisco; Cornell Medical Center; Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of...
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Tshipidi: observational study of mortality and neurodevelopment among HIV-exposed/uninfected vs. HIV-unexposed infants in Botswana

  • Principal Investigator(s): Shahin Lockman and Betsy Kammerer
  • Study Contact: Shahin Lockman Tel: (617) 771-8780, slockman@hsph.harvard.edu
  • Description of Subjects: 450 HIV-infected women and their babies, 450 HIV-uninfected women and their babies
  • Location (Domestic vs. International): Gaborone and Mochudi, Botswana
  • Enrollment Period: 2010-2012...
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Epidemiology of Cardiovascular Disease among People Living with HIV in Rural Uganda

  • Principal Investigator(s): Mark Siedner
  • Study Contact: Mark Siedner, 617-726-4686, msiedner@partners.org
  • Description of Subjects: People Living with HIV and Age and Gender-matched Controls in Southwestern Uganda
  • Location (Domestic vs. International): Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Mbarara, Uganda
  • Enrollment Period: 2013-2016
  • Enrollment Goal:...
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Identifying Mental Health Services Needs among HIV/AIDS-Affected Children

  • Principal Investigator(s): Theresa S. Betancourt
  • Study Contact: Theresa S. Betancourt, 617-432-5003,Theresa_Betancourt@harvard.edu
  • Description of Subjects: Children ages 10-17 years old and their caregivers in three categories: 1) HIV+ child/adolescent, 2) HIV- child/adolescent living in a family where a caregiver is HIV+ or died due to AIDS, or 3) HIV- with no known HIV+ immediate family members
  • Location (Domestic vs. International): Eastern Province, Rwanda
  • ...
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Effectiveness of a cognitive behavioral intervention to support pediatric HIV diagnosis disclosure in Uganda

  • Principal Investigator(s): Lisa Michelle Butler
  • Study Contact: Lisa Michelle Butler,617 500 8209, lisa.butler@childrens.harvard.edu
  • Description of Subjects: HIV+ children age 7 to 12 years old & their primary caregiver (i.e., parent or primary guardian) at 6 clinics in Kampala, Uganda
  • Location (Domestic vs. International): Kampala, Uganda
  • Enrollment Period: March 2014 to December 2014
  • ...
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Routine HIV testing in an Outpatient Department in Nakivale Refugee Settlement, Southwest Uganda

  • Principal Investigator(s): Kelli O'Laughlin
  • Study Contact: Kelli O'Laughlin, 617-525-9316, kolaughlin@partners.org
  • Description of Subjects: refugees and Ugandan nationals attending an outpatient department health clinic in Nakivale Refugee Settlement in SW Uganda
  • Location (Domestic vs. International): Nakivale Clinic in Nakivale Refugee Settlement in SW Uganda
  • Enrollment Period: ...
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