NIAID conducts many clinical trials at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, America’s research hospital, which is located on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) campus in Bethesda, Maryland. Read more about the NIH Clinical Center and the free language services that are provided to volunteers with limited English proficiency.
NIAID and the NIH Warren G. Magnuson Clinical Center conduct clinical research on HIV infection, chronic viral hepatitis (hepatitis B and C), other immunologic disorders, and emerging infectious diseases. Learn more about the HIV and Emerging Infectious Diseases program.
The Vaccine Research Center (VRC) is looking for adults ages 18 to 50 who are willing to volunteer for research studies to evaluate vaccines against diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Ebola, and flu. Find out how to volunteer at the VRC.
The goal of the NIAID Primary Immune Deficiency (PID) Clinic is to accept primary immune deficiency diseases patients for examination and to help provide a specific diagnosis and treatment recommendations. Learn more about the PID clinic and how to get involved.
The NIAID Laboratory of Infectious Diseases (LID) has a long history of discovering new agents of viral diseases and developing innovative vaccines and treatments such as FluMist, a nasal spray influenza vaccine; Synagis, a preventative treatment for respiratory syncytial virus; and Havrix, a hepatitis A vaccine licensed by GlaxoSmithKline. Learn more about LID clinical research studies.