Clinical Trial: Collection of Blood Samples from HIV Infected People

This study is not yet open for patient recruitment.

Sponsored by: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
Information provided by: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)

Purpose

The purpose of this study is to collect blood samples from HIV infected individuals for use in future genetic studies.

Condition
HIV Infections

MedlinePlus related topics:  AIDS

Study Type: Observational
Study Design: Screening, Cross-Sectional, Defined Population, Prospective Study

Official Title: Collection and Use of Blood For Genetic and Other Related Analyses (The GENOMICS Protocol)

Further Study Details: 

Expected Total Enrollment:  6000

Genetic differences among people with HIV may account for differences in disease progression and response to antiretroviral therapy. The Terry Beirn Community Programs for Clinical Research on AIDS (CPCRA) was created to conduct studies in HIV infected communities and particularly in people of color, women, and injection drug users. This study will collect whole blood samples from HIV infected individuals. The samples will be used in future CPCRA studies comparing human genetic factors with clinical data from other CPCRA studies.

Eligibility

Genders Eligible for Study:  Both

Criteria

Inclusion Criteria:

  • Presently participating, previously participated in, or has given informed consent for participation in a qualifying CPCRA clinical trial
  • Signed informed consent

Location Information


Louisiana
      Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, New Orleans,  Louisiana,  70112-2699,  United States
Janice Walker, RN, MN, CCRC, C-ANP  (504) 584-1971    jwalker3@tulane.edu 

      Tulane Medical Center, New Orleans,  Louisiana,  70112-2699,  United States
Janice Walker, RN, MN, CCRC, C-ANP  504-584-1971    jwalker3@tulane.edu 

      Medical Center of La. at New Orleans, New Orleans,  Louisiana,  70112-2699,  United States
Janice Walker, RN, MN, CCRC, C-ANP  (504) 584-1971    jwalker3@tulane.edu 

      Veterans Administration Medical Center, New Orleans,  Louisiana,  70112-2699,  United States
Janice Walker, RN, MN, CCRC, C-ANP  (504) 584-1971    jwalker3@tulane.edu 

      Earl K. Long Medical Center, New Orleans,  Louisiana,  70112-2699,  United States
Janice Walker, RN, MN, CCRC, C-ANP  (504) 584-1971    jwalker3@tulane.edu 

Michigan
      Harper Hospital, Detroit,  Michigan,  48201,  United States
Martha Farrough, BSN  313-745-4431    mfarrough@med.wayne.edu 

      Detroit Receiving Hospital - University Health Cen, Detroit,  Michigan,  48201,  United States
Martha Farrough, BSN  313-745-4431    mfarrough@med.wayne.edu 

      Detroit Community Health Connection, Detroit,  Michigan,  48201,  United States
Martha Farrough, BSN  313-745-4431    mfarrough@med.wayne.edu 

New Jersey
      St. Josephs Hospital and Medical Center, Newark,  New Jersey,  07103-2842,  United States
Robert C Sawyer, PhD  973-483-3444  Ext. 15    rcsawyer@optonline.net 

      St. Michaels Medical Center, Newark,  New Jersey,  07103-2842,  United States
Robert C. Sawyer, PhD  973-483-3444  Ext. 15    rcsawyer@optonline.net 

Oregon
      Legacy Clinic at Good Samaritan, Portland,  Oregon,  97209-2534,  United States
Karen Loveless, RN, MS, ANP  503-229-8428    karenl@reg.org 

      Providence Portland Medical Center, Portland,  Oregon,  97209-2534,  United States
Karen Loveless, RN, MS, ANP  503-229-8428    karenl@reg.org 

      Multomah County Health Department, Portland,  Oregon,  97209-2534,  United States
Susan Peterson, RN  503-229-8428    sue@reg.org 

      The R & E Group Office, Portland,  Oregon,  97209-2534,  United States
Norma Martinez, BSN, RN  503-229-8428    norma@reg.org 

      Legacy Clinic NE, Portland,  Oregon,  97209-2534,  United States
Norma Martinez, BSN, RN  503-229-8428    norma@reg.org 

      Kaiser Permanente, Portland,  Oregon,  97209-2534,  United States
Susan Peterson, RN  503-229-8428    sue@reg.org 

Pennsylvania
      Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia,  Pennsylvania,  19140,  United States
Kelly Lattanzi, RN  215-707-8846    lattankm@tuhs.temple.edu 

Texas
      Montrose Clinic, Houston,  Texas,  77006,  United States
Brian Bell  713-830-3011    bbell@montroseclinic.org 

      Southhampton Medical Group-Montrose Clinic Affilia, Houston,  Texas,  77006,  United States
Brian Bell  713-830-3011    bbell@montroseclinic.org 

      Houston Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Houston,  Texas,  77030-4211,  United States
Katharine Breaux, PA-C  713-794-7943    breaux.katharineG@med.va.gov 

Study chairs or principal investigators

Jonathan Uy, MD,  Study Chair,  AIDS Research Alliance Chicago (ARAC), University of Illinois at Chicago   

More Information

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Publications

Anastassopoulou CG, Kostrikis LG. The impact of human allelic variation on HIV-1 disease. Curr HIV Res. 2003 Apr;1(2):185-203. Review.

O'Brien SJ, Nelson GW. Human genes that limit AIDS. Nat Genet. 2004 Jun;36(6):565-74. Review.

Telenti A. The genetic cohorts: facing the new challenges in infectious diseases. The HIV model. Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin. 2004 Jun-Jul;22(6):337-41. Review.

Study ID Numbers:  CPCRA 066
Record last reviewed:  April 2005
Last Updated:  April 7, 2005
Record first received:  November 15, 2004
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier:  NCT00096772
Health Authority: United States: Federal Government
ClinicalTrials.gov processed this record on 2005-04-08


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