Center for Health Security and Center for Immunization Research Announce New Collaborative Agreement Between Johns Hopkins University and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations US
An agreement between Johns Hopkins University and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations US (CEPI US) positions the two organizations for a new collaboration and for research and practice opportunities related to the pursuit of new vaccines for unmet infectious disease threats.
The agreement was recently signed and will last five years.
Cooperative work will be led by the Center for Health Security, the Center for Immunization Research, and the Johns Hopkins Vaccine Initiative at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Activities to be considered include potential research collaborations, professional development activities through CEPI US’s partners’ network and Johns Hopkins schools, student internship and externship opportunities at CEPI US, co-hosting of CEPI US conferences and professional meetings on campus, and other opportunities as they arise.