You can make a difference by volunteering for one or our HIV studies.
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The Seattle Vaccine Trials Unit enrolls local volunteers for global health related studies such as HIV, malaria and rhinovirus. These studies are conducted by researchers at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the University of Washington.
There’s no doubt that the world is desperately in need of an HIV vaccine. Our researchers are leading the fight against HIV/AIDS through the pursuit of new and innovative prevention strategies.
We look for local volunteers for global health studies conducted by Fred Hutch’s Seattle Vaccine Trials Unit (VTU). Located on First Hill, the VTU meets with individuals who are interested in helping make an impact in the world.
Trials are inclusive of local men, women and transgender individuals ages 18 to 60 who are either HIV negative or positive. Learn more about your eligibility for HIV-prevention or rhinovirus studies here.
The Seattle Community Advisory Board serves as a voice for the community responding to the needs and concerns of our diverse communities. Together we have a broader understanding of how we may conduct better research.