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How do I register with the NIH HIV Reagent Program?

To register you must be affiliated with a public, private, academic, non-profit or for-profit institution. Registrants must demonstrate they work in an established institution with facilities and safety programs appropriate for the level of registration requested. The HIV Reagent Program encourages individuals and organizations to take advantage of our institutional registration process when more than one qualified researcher at an organization is interested in receiving materials from the HIV Reagent Program.

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Updated on: 2/25/2021 9:27:12 AM
Can I send my application documents electronically?

Yes. The HIV Reagent Program can accept mailed, faxed, scanned and emailed copies of the registration documents. E-Mail all documents with electronic or ink signatures to:  contact@HIVReagentProgram.org  Fax all documents with electronic or ink signatures to:    (703) 365-2898.  The original documents can be sent to us via the courier of your choice to:

 

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10801 University Boulevard
Manassas, VA 20110-2209

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Updated on: 1/7/2021 6:14:04 PM
How long does it take to process a registration application and when can I order materials?

Please allow 1-2  weeks after delivery of your registration package for processing and approval. Missing, incomplete or inaccurate information and documents can extend processing time. Once your application has been reviewed and approved by NIAID, we will notify you by email with information on how to proceed with accessing your online account for the purposes of placing your order.

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Updated on: 1/7/2021 6:14:12 PM
Why can’t you transfer my registration with NIH AIDS Reagent Program?

The NIH AIDS Reagent Program was administered on behalf of NIAID by Fisher Bioservices, while the HIV Reagent Program is being administered by ATCC. Therefore, you will need to submit a new Material Transfer Agreement and complete  registration  with ATCC to continue to access those materials that were being distributed by the NIH AIDS Reagent Program.

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Updated on: 1/7/2021 6:07:18 PM
How do I order reagents?

After your registration application has been approved by NIAID and ATCC, if you know the catalog numbers for the reagents you would like to order, use the Quick Order form. Otherwise, search for the reagents using the  catalog  and add the items to your  shopping cart.

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Updated on: 1/8/2021 9:32:09 AM
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