The George Washington University is one of four US sites conducting a Phase I clinical trial to test the safety and immune responses of two mRNA vaccine antigens for HIV on 56 healthy adults. The GW Vaccine Research Unit is running one of the study sites and acting as the processing lab and biorepository. The unit has partnered with study sponsor IAVI on two other HIV vaccine-related Phase I clinical trials and conducted several other clinical vaccine trials, including one for the FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine. Continue reading to see more about what GW is doing for the First Human Trial of mRNA-based HIV Vaccine.
GW Participating in the First Human Trial of mRNA-based HIV Vaccine
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