top of page
Home: Welcome
Our staff at the annual HIV conferecne 2018
Interactive board games for drug education created by Gang Saa
Radio program
World AIDS Day event 2018 at Maharaj Hospital

With 27 years of experience in conducting HIV research including HIV vaccine, HIV biomedical prevention
and treatment in various populations to develop academic knowledge on HIV / AIDS,
we have worked in collaboration with leading international research networks and other domestic agencies.
Our diverse research programs are up-to-date with present situation and necessity of knowledge both nationally and globally
We are ready to expand our field of expertise to other challenging infectious diseases and substance use

Research Studies Currently Underway

To learn more, click Study title (to visit webpage) or Study snapshot (in Thai)

Hepatitis B virus (HBV) vaccine
Nurse Checking Girl
RSV- Respiratory Syncytial Virus acronym

Contact Us

Research Institute for Health Sciences, Chiang Mai University
110 Intavaroros Road, Sriphum, Muang
Chiang Mai 50200 THAILAND
Tel. 66 5393 6148

Thanks for submitting!

The purpose of this study is to evaluate response to and safety of the HBV vaccine HEPLISAV-B in two study populations living with HIV: prior HBV vaccine recipients who are deemed non-responders and individuals who are naïve to HBV vaccination.

Study vaccines: HEPLISAV-B vs. Engerix-B

What the body of children under 12 years of age living with HIV do to these drugs?

Are they safe for this population?

Abacavir/Dolutegravir/Lamivudine Dispersible and

Abacavir/Dolutegravir/Lamivudine Immediate Release Tablets​

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common and very contagious virus that infects the respiratory tract of most children before their second birthday. At present, there is no specific treatment 

for RSV.


JNJ-53718678 is a novel drug and is under development for the treatment of RSV infection. This study purpose is to evaluate safety and antiviral activity of JNJ-53718678 in Children aged 28 days to 3 years with RSV infection 

bottom of page