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Research: Johns Hopkins

Investigators at Johns Hopkins offer expertise in hepatitis and liver function abnormalities in HIV-infection. They also have extensive experience with the natural history of HIV-infection among African-American injection drug users.

 

Study:

A Survey of the Nutritional Status of HIV-Positive and HIV-Negative Persons Who Use Recreational Drugs: A Three-City Study (TNC Study)

Principle Investigator:

Alice Tang, PhD

 
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Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (CTU)

Study:

Effects of gonadal hormones on body composition in men and women using injection drugs (SHINE)

Principle Investigator:

Adrian S. Dobs, M.D.
 
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Study:

ALIVE I

Principle Investigator:

David Vlahov
 

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ALIVE II

Principle Investigator:

Steffanie Strathdee
 

Study:

Correlates of drug use and heart disease (HEART)

Principle Investigator:

Dr. Shenghan Lai
 

Study:

Hepatitis C in Drug Users, Effects of HIV and Other Factors (Liver Biopsy)

Principle Investigator:

David L. Thomas
 

Study:

Hepatitis C in Drug Users, Effects of HIV and Other Factors (Fibrosis Markers)

Principle Investigator:

David L. Thomas
 
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