Other Research Resources


For information on research activities for specific agencies, please visit the Agencies & Programs Index on AIDS.gov.

AIDS Subset Search for Clinical and Research Journal Citations and Abstracts (National Library of Medicine, NIH)
A preset search limited with for citations with the topic “AIDS” for PubMed, a service of the National Library of Medicine.

Clinical Studies Database (National Eye Institute, NIH)
Studies of the Ocular Complications of AIDS (SOCA) are listed and described on this site. These studies were/are funded by the National Eye Institute

Health Services Research & Public Health Information Programs (National Library of Medicine, NIH)
This site provides integrated resources for health research and practice and is a service of the National Library of Medicine. It provides links to collaborative research portals, databases, projects providing access to information to specific subjects, outreach and training information, publications, and informatics.

HIV/AIDS Research and Research Tools (National Library of Medicine, NIH)
This resource, compiled by the Specialized Information Services of NLM, provides links to research resources, tools, and related links.

HIV and Mental Health (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)
Mental health AIDS is a quarterly biopsychosocial research update on HIV and mental health organized by topic area. Each issue also includes service program profiles and the newest resources (books, articles, Web sites) for clinical practice.

HIV / OI / TB Therapeutic Chemical Database (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH)
This database has a searchable collection of chemical compounds tested against HIV as well as literature citations.

Medical & Behavioral Research Grant Policies, Guidelines & Funding Opportunities (Office of Extramural Research, NIH)
The OER site provides information pertinent to all extramural funding and grand recipient candidates, including basic grant and funding information, forms and deadlines, and grants policy.

National Library of Medicine Bookshelf (National Library of Medicine, NIH)
Search full-text biomedical books including some on immunodeficiency, immunology, and virology.

NCBI Retroviruses (National Library of Medicine, NIH)
Search collection or resources specifically designed to support the research or retroviruses.

NIH AIDS Research and Reference Reagent Program (National Institutes of Health)
The NIH AIDS Reagent Program is a unique worldwide resource of state-of-the art reagents for HIV and other pathogens. Many of these reagents are not commercially available. The Catalog now has over 6,700 reagents for public distribution.

NIH (FY 2008) Plan for HIV-Related Research (PDF - 564 KB) (National Institutes of Health)
The Plan for HIV-Related Research provides a roadmap for the NIH AIDS research effort, which is carried out by nearly all of the NIH Institutes and Centers. This document is produced by the Office of AIDS Research (OAR).

NLM Gateway (National Library of Medicine, NIH)
The NLM Gateway is a Web-based system that lets users search simultaneously in multiple retrieval systems at the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM). It allows users of NLM services to initiate searches from one Web interface, providing "one-stop searching" for many of NLM's information resources or databases.

Resources for Researchers (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH)
A listing of resources for researchers from both NIADI and other supporting research entities. Resources are organized as; Inter-Division and by the Divisions of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; Allergy, Immunology, and Transplantation; Intramural Research; and Microbiology and Infectious Diseases.

USAID HIV/AIDS Research Resources (USAID)
This resource provides information on USAID’s research-focused efforts to help countries prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS. Investing in research to develop new tools and technologies (PDF - 1.3MB) for HIV prevention is a critical part of this effort. USAID collaborates with governmental and non-governmental partners to develop and evaluate safe and effective prevention technologies such as microbicides and vaccines, and to study emerging issues in HIV prevention such as the relationship between male circumcision and HIV transmission.

Last revised: 06/18/2008