Volunteer for an Enrolling Study

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

We are currently recruiting volunteers in the Atlanta area.  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 compensation for time and travel for participating in the studies varies from study to study.** 

HVTN 123

The HVTN 123 study is seeking to evaluate the safety and tolerability of two different HIV vaccines. 

Eligibility: We are looking for healthy volunteers between the ages of 18-50 who are HIV negative. 

Compensation: The study duration would include 8 visits over a 12 month period and a telephone contact at 18 months.  Compensation is $125 for each vaccine visit (3 visits) and $75 for each follow up visit (5 visits).  Compensation for first the first screen appointment is $40 and the second screen is $60.  You cannot get HIV or AIDS by receiving this vaccine.  The vaccines are given as a shot in the arm.

To participate or for more information, please email us at hope.community@emory.edu or call at 877-288-0048

DMID 18-0011 Influenza Study

The Vaccine Clinics at Emory Children Center and the Hope Clinic are working on a research study to see if new vaccine strategies are safe, well tolerated and able to increase immune responses to influenza.

Eligibility: We are looking for healthy adults between the ages of 18-45.

Compensation: The study duration would include 10 visits over a 12 month period.  Each visit will include a blood draw and a total of 2 vaccination clinic visits.  Compensation is $75 for the initial screening and for each vaccination visit.  We offer $50 compensation for the follow-up clinic visits.

To participate or for more information, please email Eileen at gosinsk@emory.edu.

Pep2 Study
The PEP2 study seeks to determine the ability of new anti-HIV agents to be absorbed by different body tissues in HIV-negative men who have sex with men (MSM). This information will be used when considering new agents for post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) in the future. Post-exposure prophylaxis, or PEP, is an intervention that is used to prevent HIV infection up to 72 hours after a potential exposure. HIV-negative people with possible exposure to HIV are instructed to take 28 days of a regimen of anti-HIV medications.

Eligibility: The population being studied for this protocol will be HIV negative MSM aged 18-49 years.

Compensation: You will be compensated $25 for the screening visit, $50 for each blood, swab, and urine collection visit, and $125 for each biopsy visit. A $10 gift card will also be provided for the waiting period when procedures are done on the same day as the study drug. If an extra study visit is needed, participants will be compensated $20 for completion of the visit.

To participate or for more information, please email us at hope.community@emory.edu or call at 877-288-0048

PEP2 Study - FAQ

STD Young Men Who Have Sex with Men (YMSM) Study
The STD Young Men who have Sex with Men (YMSM) study looks to understand how asymptomatic, rectal bacterial STD’s may alter the mucosal environment of sexually active YMSM and influence HIV transmission.

Eligibility: The population being studied for this protocol will be HIV negative or HIV positive YMSM between the ages of 18-24 years.

Compensation: Participants will receive $25 for completion of study visit 1 and $125 for completion of study visit 2.

To participate or for more information, please email us at hope.community@emory.edu or call at 877-288-0048 

YMSM Study - FAQ

RAMS (Couples) Study
Episodic receptive anal intercourse and mucosal susceptibility to HIV among MSM (RAMS) study looks to understand the immune effects on the rectum of abstinence, frequent receptive anal intercourse (RAI) with a condom, and frequent RAI without a condom in adult men who have sex with men (MSM).

Eligibility: The population being studied for this protocol will be HIV negative men aged 18-49 years who have sex with an HIV negative man in a monogamous relationship.

Compensation: Participants will receive $25 for completion of study visit 1 and $125 for completion of each follow-up study visit (3 visits)

To participate or for more information, please email us at hope.community@emory.edu or call at 877-288-0048 

RAMS Couples Study - FAQ

Yellow Fever Studies 
A clinical trial research study investigating the yellow fever vaccine. Adults who have never had the yellow fever vaccine but are planning on getting the vaccine may be eligible to participate in the study. Participants need to be between the ages of 18-55 years of age, in general good health and must have never received the yellow fever vaccine before.  Volunteers will be compensated for all study visits.  Compensation is $75 for a screen appointment and $75 for each follow up appointment (3-7 visits).  

To participate or for more information, please email aross9@emory.edu or call 404-712-9493.