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The HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN) Laboratory Center is part of an international collaboration of scientists and educators searching for effective and safe vaccines. The HVTN’s mission is to facilitate the process of testing preventive vaccines against HIV/AIDS and related infectious diseases. The organization conducts all phases of clinical trials from evaluating experimental vaccines for safety and the ability to stimulate immune responses through to testing vaccine efficacy. The Laboratory Center is responsible for carrying out the scientific agenda of the HVTN by conducting laboratory-based studies to evaluate the immunogenicity of investigational vaccines.
The focus of responsibilities for the QA Associate I is to manage, oversee, coordinate and facilitate site specimen processing and clinical testing lab projects and programs for the HVTU Laboratory Operations Division.
Responsibilities can be broken out by the following:
HVTN Lab Site Operations Support