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Proposing a Network Behavioral Study HVTN

This page is for current and future network behavioral and social science researchers as they propose new studies, request data sets for additional analyses, apply for scholar programs, and liaise with colleagues.

Below, please find information on the steps required to propose a NIH HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Network study. Included are links to web pages offering details on proposing a study to the various NIH networks and committees addressing behavioral and social science questions.
Click on the name of the Network to view the information below.



ACTG                                                     IMPAACT     ​

HPTN                                                     MTN

HVTN                                                     Affiliated Research Groups

The HVTN’s mission is to fully characterize the safety, immunogenicity, and efficacy of HIV vaccine candidates with the goal of developing a safe, effective vaccine as rapidly as possible for prevention of HIV infections globally. As such, we welcome the ideas of the scientific community regarding new proposals for HIV vaccine studies that are not currently being planned or pursued. We also welcome proposals from investigators who would like to use our data and/or specimens collected in HVTN clinical trials to answer questions related to vaccinology, immunology, or HIV/AIDS (see Ancillary/Exploratory Studies).

To submit a proposal, click the idea submission button and fill in the required information. You will be contacted within two weeks of your proposal submission if we require more information. If further development is encouraged by HVTN leadership, we will work with you to establish the appropriate team and guide you on moving the proposal forward.

If you have any questions, or you would like to send additional materials that require formatting, such as graphs or tables, please e-mail
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