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Preclinical Vaccine Development

Courtesy of CDC

Our faculty members are leading experts investigating the immune responses to viruses, parasites and bacteria. JHSPH researchers focus on studying the molecular interactions between these pathogens and the host 's immune system, to define the most efficient immune responses that can prevent or eliminate infections with pathogens such as HIV, Measles, Influenza, Malaria and Tuberculosis.

JHSPH Faculty working on Preclinical Vaccine Development

Rhoel Dinglasan
Diane Griffin
Gary Ketner
Sabra Klein
Richard Markham
Andrew Pekosz
Fidel Zavala
Ying Zhang

Affiliated Centers and Institutes

Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute

Visit Phase I/II Clinical Vaccine Trials, Vaccine Field Trials, Vaccine Finance, Implementation and AccessVaccine Safety or Vaccine Ethics to learn about additional vaccine-related research activities.

If you are a JHSPH faculty member, and would like to be affiliated with the JHVI, please email with a list of keywords and indicate which category or categories best describe your vaccine-related work.

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To find faculty working in a specific vaccine-related discipline, select from the list below:

Global Project Map

JHVI Global Project Map

JHSPH Faculty members are engaged in vaccine-related research projects around the world. Click here or on the map to learn more about these projects.

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