Enrolling Studies

To volunteer in any of the clinicial trial research studies listed below, please click here

To learn more about each of the clinical research studies, please contact the recruiter for each study. The complete contact information of the recruiters can be found here

**Monetary compesation for time and travel for participating in the studies varies, but typically ranges from $25-75 per study visit.**

Micro Biome Study A new clincial trial research study in need of volunteers who are willing to donate a stool sample.  You must be in good health and between the ages of 18-23 or 60 and above.  This research study involves 1-2 clinic visits and you are compensated for your participation.  For more information please contact April Ross at aross9@emory.edu

Yellow Fever Studies Two clinical trial research studies investigating the yellow fever vaccine. Adults having had the yellow fever vaccine at least 3 years ago can participate in one study while those who have never had the yellow fever vaccine can participate in the other study. Participants need to be between the ages of 18-45 years of age. To participate, contact the Study Coordinator, Ms. Eileen Osinki at gosinsk@emory.edu 

083 Study A clinical research trial to determine whether a new drug, called Cabotegravir (CAB) is safe and effective in protecting against HIV.  Particpants must be 18 years or older to participate.  Contact the Study Coordinator Rameses Ferederick for more information rameses.frederick@emory.edu.

Prep 2 Study A new clinical research trial for HIV prevention.  You may be eligible to participate in a Prep agent HIV prevention research study.  To participate, contact the study coordinator Rameses Frederick for more information rameses.frederick@emory.edu.

AMP Study: Antibody Mediated Study A clinical trial research study to investigate the usefulness of an antibody to prevent HIV among non-HIV infected adults at risk of HIV-infection. To learn more, click here To participate, contact our recruiters, Ms. April Ross or Mr. Rameses Frederick at aross9@emory.edu or rameses.frederick@emory.edu.

Flu Vaccine Study A clinical trial research study to determine the safety and effectiveness of a new vaccine against a new influenza strain (H5N8).  Participants must be between the ages of 19-64 years of age.  For more information please contact Eileen Osinski at gosinsk@emory.edu  or call 404-712-1371.

Cdiff study: Cdiffense Clostridium Difficile Vaccine Trial. A clinical trial research study to investigate a vaccine against the clostridium difficile "C. diff" among adults age 50 years or order. C Diff is a disease common among recently hospitalized individuals, particularly those of older age.  To participate, contact April Ross at aross9@emory.edu

Zika Natural History Study A clinical trial research study to better understand the effects of the Zika virus on the body.  This information can be used to help develop a vaccine as well as better diagnostic and therapeutic tools in the future.  No treatment or drugs will be given in this study.  Volunteers with suspected or confirmed zika virus infection are needed for to participate in this study.  To participate, contact gosinsk@emory.edu or call 404-712-1370.

Janssen Study (ON HOLD) A clinical research study being conducted to determine the safety and effectiveness of an investigational vaccine for the prevention of HIV.  You may qualify if you are a healthy adult between the ages of 18 - 50 and are HIV negative.  To participate, contact April Ross at aross9@emory.edu or call 404-712-9493

BCG (TB) Study (ON HOLD) is being done to develop a tool to measure the effectiveness of future tuberculosis vaccine candidate. We are looking for healthy adults, 18-45, who have never had the BCG vaccine nor a positive TB skin test. This clinical research study will require 21-23 visits (2 times a week for about 10 weeks) including the lab screening visit, 1 BCG vaccination and 2 PPD skin tests over a 6 month period. The initial lab screening visit compensation is $50 and all other study visits are $75 to cover your time and travel. If you are interested and have a flexible schedule, please call Eileen Osinski at 404-712-1371 or email at gosinsk@emory.edu.

Norovirus Study(ON HOLD) is being done to determine the safety and tolerability of the Snow Mountain Virus (SMV) and the number of norovirus particles needed to make a person sick. We are looking for healthy adults, 18-49, who are willing and available to be in the hospital for 5 days. Noroviruses are the most common cause of gastroenteritis (stomach flu). You will be hospitalized for 5 days and have 4 follow-up visits and one phone call at 6 months. Compensation is $50 for initial screening, $200 per hospital day, $75 for follow up visits. If interested please call Eileen Osinski at 404-712-1371 or email at gosinsk@emory.edu.