Thinking and Memory Problems in People With HIV
Join a Research Study: Enrolling locally from the Washington, D.C. metro region
This research study seeks to understand how the HIV infection affects the brain, moods, memory, thinking and concentration. Researchers will evaluate the relationship among brain inflammation, protein function and MND; and how HIV infection may cause problems with blood vessel function and contribute to thinking and mood disorders, such as early dementia and depression. Researchers will compare persons with and without HIV infection.
This study is enrolling adults ages 18 and older, who are fluent English speakers and HIV positive and free of certain medical conditions (call to find out). Participation includes 1-3 visits, cognitive evaluations, medical history, physical exam, blood work, and brain scans.
The study is conducted at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. This study enrolls eligible participants locally from within 50 miles of NIH. There is no cost to participate. Compensation is provided. Transportation may be reimbursed. Health insurance is not required to participate.
The first steps to consider participating in this research are to call us, learn the study details, be evaluated for eligibility and consent to participate.
- NIMH Protocol Number: 13-N-0149
- ClinicalTrials.gov Study Number: 01875588