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Volunteer for a Clinical Research Study

Established in 1942, the NIAID Laboratory of Infectious Diseases (LID) has a long history of discovering new agents of viral diseases and developing innovative vaccines and treatments. The following are examples of Food and Drug Administration-approved medical advances in which LID scientists played a crucial role:

  • FluMist, a nasal spray influenza vaccine licensed by MedImmune
  • Synagis, a preventative treatment for respiratory syncytial virus licensed by MedImmune
  • Havrix, a hepatitis A vaccine licensed by GlaxoSmithKline

Current LID Clinical Research Studies Seeking Volunteers

LID clinical research teams could not make medical accomplishments without volunteers. We invite you to help us continue making potentially lifesaving medical discoveries. The following trials are seeking volunteers:

Study of the Safety of a Particular Herpes Vaccine in Adults With or Without Herpes Infection

Screening Volunteers for Influenza Challenge Studies

Viral Infections in Non-immunocompromised Patients

Last Updated September 13, 2013

Last Reviewed April 16, 2013