NIAID funds collaborative HIV vaccine project with $9.8M grant

03/11/2014 | Xconomy

A seven-year, $9.8 million grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases will fund a collaborative effort led by Seattle BioMed to develop two new candidates for an HIV vaccine. Rockefeller University, the University of Washington, the Seattle Children's Hospital and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center will participate in the project to develop a vaccine that prompts the body to generate broadly neutralizing antibodies against HIV-1.

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