An HIV Vaccine: The World's best long-term hope for ending AIDS.

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We are the world’s largest publicly-funded international collaboration focused on the development of vaccines to prevent HIV/AIDS. Learn more >

What We Do

Our sites conduct all phases of clinical trials - from evaluating experimental vaccines for safety and immunogenicity to testing vaccine efficacy. Learn more >

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Worldwide, thousands of people have participated in HIV vaccine trials.  Volunteers are the heroes of vaccine development. Learn more >

Bonnie Mathieson Receiving an Award at the 2017 HVTN Full Group Meeting for her dedication to the field.

Reflections on Bonnie Mathieson

Everyone who ever met Bonnie Mathieson had to be taken in with her smile, her enthusiasm for science, her great questions at meetings, and her keen perceptions about HIV and the field of HIV vaccines. We in the HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN) community owe enormous thanks and gratitude for her support and guidance since the advent of our organization 17 years ago... Read more.

The Fred Hutch campus went red Thursday night in preparation for World AIDS Day, observed around the world Dec. 1. The Hutch-based HIV Vaccine Trials Network has launched an unprecedented four HIV vaccine clinical trials over the last year. Photo by Robert Hood / Fred Hutch News Service Click for high-res version

New 'mosaic' HIV vaccine study launched for World AIDS Day

Last month in South Africa, the HVTN launched a clinical trial called the Imbokodo Study to test an experimental vaccine regimen designed to protect against HIV subtypes around the world. Over the coming months, the Imbokodo study will roll out in four other southern African countries. The latest study joins three other large HVTN vaccine or vaccine-related clinical trials already underway around the globe.... Read more.

Scholar Awards

We support the next generation of HIV researchers with structured mentoring, projects, training, and networking opportunities. Learn more >

Getting the Right Test for HIV

Getting the right test will prevent an incorrect diagnosis of HIV.  Your study site or VISP Testing Service can provide the right test.  Visit our frequently asked questions for more information.



March 8, 2018

Gail Broder

HIV Vaccine Trials Network

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center