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(CNN) As director of the Jenner Institute, Hill is creating a well-crafted "potion" of ingredients which, when combined inside a vaccine, could prepare our immune system to attack biological invaders. His formulation could one day form the foundation to protect humans from a range of diseases including malaria, HIV and tuberculosis. It's being harnessed to design a new class of vaccine, unlike any other in use today, with an end goal of disease elimination. "This is being assessed widely for use in cancer, Hepatitis C, and we've used it in Ebola and HIV," says Hill. "There are 8 different diseases where [this] approach is in clinical trial."