Our Clinical Trials

HIV Dynamics and Replication Program
HIV virion image
HIV Dynamics and Replication Program
HIV DRP staff photo September 2019
HIV Dynamics and Replication Program
Melissa Fernandez work-in-progress seminar August 2018
HIV Dynamics and Replication Program
HIV Dynamics and Replication Program
HIV DRP Think Tank Meeting 2017
HIV Dynamics and Replication Program
Announcement of 2020 David Derse Memorial Lecture and Award
HIV Dynamics and Replication Program
Sean Patro's poster presentation at CROI 2019
HIV Dynamics and Replication Program
John Coffin and Stephen Hughes participating in This Week in Virology podcast at 2018 Cold Spring Harbor Retroviruses Meeting
HIV Dynamics and Replication Program
Students and postbac fellows in the HIV Dynamics and Replication Program July 2019

Our Clinical Trials


 

The clinical arm of the HIV Dynamics and Replication Program is under the direction of Frank Maldarelli, M.D., Ph.D. (Host-Virus Interaction Branch). Its primary research focus is to understand the population genetics, evolution, dynamics, and persistence of HIV infection in patients, particularly as related to the development of resistance and possible ways to overcome it. In collaboration with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/Clinical Center Medicine Department AIDS Clinic and the HIV and AIDS Malignancy Branch of the NCI Center for Cancer Research (CCR), Dr. Maldarelli develops and secures Institutional Review Board approval for clinical trials, and implements them using the support of these groups.  

All CCR clinical trials take place at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, and are open to patients with HIV, cancer, or immunodeficiency disorders, regardless of where they live in the United States.

For further information about these clinical trials, please contact Dr. Maldarelli at fmalli@mail.nih.gov