CIR Vaccine Trials – Currently Enrolling

Project SAVE (Support a Vaccine Effort) is the adult recruitment program at the Center for Immunization Research.  The program is used to screen adult potential study participants to help determine their eligibility for specific clinical vaccine studies at the CIR.  Check below for studies that are currently enrolling.

Outpatient

Oral Dose Study to Protect against Dengue Virus (CIR 332)

The purpose of this oral dose study is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of repeated oral doses to protect against exposure to Dengue Virus.  The study (is):

  • 3 months long
  • enrolling 18-50 year olds (inclusive)
  • includes 2-3 screening visits, 2 two-night inpatient stays, 29 consecutive daily visits (including weekends) for oral dosing of medication
  • 1 dengue exposure (shot) visit
  • 8 follow up visits spread out over 2 months
  • pays up to $4125 for completion of all study procedures

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Yellow Fever Vaccine Study (CIR 333)

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that a new (investigational) yellow fever vaccine is as safe and protective against yellow fever infection as the currently licensed yellow fever vaccine.  The study (is):

  • enrolling 18-60 year olds
  • includes 1 vaccination day visit
  • includes 9-10 follow up visits over 5 years
  • Pays $870-950 depending on visits completed

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Zika Vaccine Outpatient Study (CIR 318)

The purpose of this investigational vaccine study is to evaluate the safety and immunogenicity of the first live attenuated ZIKV to be evaluated in humans. The study (is):

  • 6 months long
  • enrolling 18-50 year olds
  • includes 2-3 screening visits, 1 vaccine visit, 13 follow up visits with most occurring the first 3 weeks after enrollment
  • pays up to $1520 for completion of all study procedures

Complete the CIR Contact Form

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