Division of Infectious Diseases


Montefiore AIDS Center Research

Clinical Trials

A member of the Center for AIDS Research (CFAR), the Montefiore AIDS Center collaborates with Einstein's basic science infectious disease researchers, national HIV clinical trials groups, and pharmaceutical companies to conduct a wide range of clinical trials. Since 2000, the Montefiore AIDS Center has enrolled 150-200 patients each year in integrative research trials, providing access to new HIV medications and new methods of HIV testing and diagnosis.

Montefiore AIDS Center clinical trials include:

  • Smoking as an independent predictor of non-adherence in HIV-infected individuals receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy (Shuter)
  • Phase I-IV antiretroviral drug studies (Zingman)

Current research initiatives include:

  • improving care for HIV-infected patients over 50
  • more effective treatment for HIV-positive patients with diabetes
  • adherence studies examining patients' likelihood and effectiveness in taking HIV/AIDS medication, issues and barriers to taking medication, minimal dosage for effectiveness, likelihood of becoming resistant to the medications, and related public health issues


Einstein-Montefiore faculty physicians regularly publish and present new findings in HIV/AIDS care and research, including numerous abstracts and papers. See faculty listing.

Conferences & Seminars

Infectious Diseases Grand Rounds@ Moses
Visiting Professor Seminar
Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo, MD, MPH, FACP, FIDSA Director, Division of Infectious Diseases C. Glenn Cobbs, M.D., Endowed Professor in Infectious Diseases University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 8:30 AM

Conference & Seminar Schedules

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