We need your help.
World-leading researchers at the Kirby Institute are striving to improve the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases, blood-borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections. Your time and effort will contribute to impactful research being conducted at the institute.
Together, we can gain a better understanding and improve the health of all individuals and communities.
Here is a list of research studies that are currently recruiting:
- Attenuation of D-dimer using Vorapaxar to target Inflammatory and Coagulation Endpoints (ADVICE)
- Contribution of T follicular helper cells to recrudescence from the latent HIV-1 reservoir
- Control and Elimination within AuStralia of HEpatitis C from people living with HIV (CEASE)
- D²EFT: Dolutegravir and Darunavir Evaluation in adults Failing Therapy
- Expanded PrEP Implementation in Communities (EPIC-NSW)
- FLU 003 Plus
- Gene delivery
- HIV, Immunity and Cancer Biobank (HI-C)
- National Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Monitoring Program (IMPACT)
- Reducing impulsivity in repeat violent offenders using a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (REINVESt)
- SiRNA Project
- Surveillance and Treatment of Prisoners with Hepatiits C (SToP-C)
- The Australian Centre of Research Excellence (CRE) in Offender Health
- The Australian HIV Observational Database (AHOD)
- The relationship between psychosis and offending in New South Wales: A data-linkage study
- The TREAT Asia collaboration
- WANTAIM: Women And Newborn Trial of Antenatal Interventions and Management