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National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)

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This database has information about more than 60 studies of experimental treatments and vaccines for infectious, immunologic, and allergic diseases supported by NIAID. Each trial protocol is presented in two forms: a technical abstract for practitioners and health professionals, and a summary for patients, volunteers and the general public. The trials were all open as of January 1, 1999. As they close, they remain on the database.
NIAID is composed of four extramural divisions: the Division of AIDS; the Division of Allergy, Immunology and Transplantation; the Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases; and the Division of Extramural Activities. In addition, NIAID scientists conduct intramural research in laboratories located in Bethesda, Rockville and Frederick, Maryland, and in Hamilton, Montana.

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There is an overview of the work of each division (see above). Included among research resources in the Division of AIDS section are the NIAID AIDS-related Data Sets and several links to other online AIDS research resources and Division of AIDs-supported research.
There are links to other NIH sources of information on clinical trials and to other Federal Government sites..

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Free. No password or pre-registration required.

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There is a very detailed search facility specifically for the Clinical Trials Database. Trials can be searched by key word or phrase, in one of 29 different disease categories, and by trial age group (adult, pediatric) and trial phase (open, closed). The Clinical Trials database page was last updated in September 1999.

Register

Site

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)

Content

This database has information about more than 60 studies of experimental treatments and vaccines for infectious, immunologic, and allergic diseases supported by NIAID. Each trial protocol is presented in two forms: a technical abstract for practitioners and health professionals, and a summary for patients, volunteers and the general public. The trials were all open as of January 1, 1999. As they close, they remain on the database.NIAID is composed of four extramural divisions: the Division of AIDS; the Division of Allergy, Immunology and Transplantation; the Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases; and the Division of Extramural Activities. In addition, NIAID scientists conduct intramural research in laboratories located in Bethesda, Rockville and Frederick, Maryland, and in Hamilton, Montana.

Other information available

There is an overview of the work of each division (see above). Included among research resources in the Division of AIDS section are the NIAID AIDS-related Data Sets and several links to other online AIDS research resources and Division of AIDs-supported research.There are links to other NIH sources of information on clinical trials and to other Federal Government sites..

Access

Free. No password or pre-registration required.

Comments

There is a very detailed search facility specifically for the Clinical Trials Database. Trials can be searched by key word or phrase, in one of 29 different disease categories, and by trial age group (adult, pediatric) and trial phase (open, closed). The Clinical Trials database page was last updated in September 1999.