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Project ACHIEVE and Columbia University Medical Center are looking for volunteers to participate in HIV prevention research. We are working to develop a vaccine and other new ways to prevent HIV.

We are looking for people who are: HIV- negative, 18-50 years old and healthy (for example, do not have diabetes, have not been in the hospital for asthma in the last year, do not have cancer (excluding skin cancer), and if a woman, are not planning on having children in the next year).

Click “Next” to answer a few questions and see if you are eligible to come in for an initial visit. If you are eligible and interested, you will then be asked to provide information so we can contact you to schedule an appointment. At the initial visit, you will find out more about HIV prevention research and start the process to see if you are eligible for a study. At each visit, you will receive compensation for your time.