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Although the Zika virus and other public health threats might seem more pressing, the world cannot ease up on efforts to maximize development of Ebola vaccines and prepare for the next outbreak, according to an expert panel in a report published today, "Plotting the Course of Ebola Vaccines". The report is produced by a team which was assembled in November 2014 by the Wellcome Trust and the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) at the University of Minnesota as the Ebola outbreak heated up in West Africa.