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We’re currently recruiting participants for the studies listed below and would love for you to play a part! Click on the icons below to get started by learning more about each study, and we will contact you if you are eligible.

NET-Q

Network Questionnaire of Personal Connections for Minority Men and Transgender Women

The purpose of this research study is to learn about HIV transmission and strategies for prevention. We are looking for people with or at risk for HIV in the Raleigh area and learning more about the people they know in the community. Learn more or volunteer by clicking the logo or visiting the study web page.

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RESPOND

Rapid Response to Incident HIV Infection through Social Network Strategies and Molecular Epidemiology to Inform Partner Services

The purpose of this research study is to evaluate the implementation of an enhanced Social Network Strategy (eSNS) in the Charlotte, NC region. We are currently recruiting people who have recently engaged in public health or sexual health services to participate in a confidential online survey and/or phone interview. If you’re interested in participating, please let us know by filling our study screener with your information.

We are currently collaborating with our partners at the Mecklenburg County Health Department and community organizations in Charlotte to share information about the study with people who might be eligible. You can learn more about this research project on the study website or by contacting us.