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This first clinical study of 10-1074-LS will evaluate its safety, tolerability and pharmacokinetics profile when administered alone or in combination with 3BNC117-LS to HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) -infected and HIV-uninfected individuals.
The proposed study is a phase 1, open label, randomized study to evaluate the safety and antiretroviral activity of seven infusions of 3BNC117 and 10-1074, administered intravenously at 30 mg/kg dose level, in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected individuals on combination antiretroviral therapy (ART) and during an analytical interruption of ART.
The impact of chronic HIV infection and pregnancy on different aspects of the humoral response to pertussis immunization with the TDaP vaccine will be studied. The parameters will be measured in 3 groups (HIV-infected pregnant, HIV-uninfected pregnant and HIV-uninfected non pregnant) at different time points before and after immunization (7-10 days, 30 days and at delivery). The transfer ratio and the quality of maternal antibodies will be studied in cord blood.
The purpose of the study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of autologous CD34+ cells that stably express multiplexed shRNA to treat HIV infection.
Ageing is characterized by physiological changes, which can impact drug pharmacokinetics and thereby cause drug-drug interactions. This study aims to assess the pharmacokinetics of amlodipine, atorvastatin and rosuvastatin in the presence of darunavir/ritonavir (inhibitor of drug metabolizing enzymes and drug transporters), by comparison with dolutegravir (no inhibitory effects on cytochromes or transporters involved in the disposition of the evaluated co-medications), in order to characterize the importance of drug-drug interactions in elderly individuals.
The investigators propose to evaluate Rapid HIV Treatment Initiation in Baltimore in newly and previously diagnosed HIV-positive patients not in care through identification of barriers, facilitators and acceptability of Rapid HIV Treatment Initiation among newly and previously diagnosed HIV-positive patients not in care identified at the Johns Hopkins East Baltimore campus and at the Baltimore City Health Department sexually transmitted disease clinics. Using this data, a protocol for Rapid HIV Treatment Initiation among newly and previously diagnosed HIV-positive patients not in care identified at the Johns Hopkins East Baltimore campus and the Baltimore City Health Department sexually transmitted disease clinics will be developed and pilot tested. This pilot data will be used to design a multi-site study evaluating the effectiveness of Rapid HIV Treatment Initiation versus facilitated linkage to care. A model for Rapid HIV Treatment Initiation in Baltimore could be generalized to cities where the HIV epidemic has a similar demographic and risk profile such as Washington DC, Atlanta, and New York City.
This study will assess the impact of an HIV-1 RNA testing intervention targeting adult patients aged 18-39 years who seek urgent care for symptoms at primary care facilities and meet specific risk criteria for acute HIV infection. All newly diagnosed HIV-infected patients in the intervention arm will be linked to care and offered both immediate treatment and assisted partner notification. Partners will also be tested using the HIV testing intervention, and pre-exposure prophylaxis will be offered to uninfected individuals with HIV-infected partners. The cost-effectiveness of this intervention will be evaluated.
This study evaluates the efficacy, safety and tolerability of switching from the older, established single tablet regimen of ATRIPLA® (EFV/FTC/TDF) to a new single tablet regimen of BIKTARVY® (BIC/FTC/TAF), in HIV-1 infected adult subjects who are virologically suppressed (HIV-1 RNA<50 copies/mL).
The investigators propose a pilot study using (1) MRI to assess coronary artery endothelial function, (2) brachial ultrasound to assess systemic endothelial function, (3) serum markers of inflammation and of endothelial cell function and (4) echocardiographic measures of left ventricular diastolic and systolic properties, before and following initiation of PCSK9 antibody in HIV positive subjects.