Jenner Institute scientists, Dr Lynda Coughlan and¬†Prof Adrian Hill have been awarded the 2016 British Medical Association HC Roscoe grant for a research project which aims to develop improved vaccines for influenza. Fifteen medical academics and research scientists were awarded a total of ...
UK researchers creating new vaccines for epidemic diseases such as Zika and Ebola are among the winners of £22 million of funding, announced by the Department of Health today. These projects will be the first to benefit from the UK Vaccine Network, a £120 million fund launched last year to support Britain’s world-leading role fighting deadly diseases. The network brings together leading figures from industry, academia and philanthropy, including the Jenner Institute, University of Oxford, the Wellcome Trust, and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK).
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Assessment of the Plasmodium falciparum pre-erythrocytic antigen UIS3 as a potential candidate for a malaria vaccine. Infect Immun. Article
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