19/12/2015: First encouraging results for EBOVAC on Ebola Vaccine Regimen

The clinical data analysis shows very encouraging results with an antibody response produced by the prime-boost Ebola vaccine regimen in 100 percent of healthy volunteers that was sustained 8 months following immunization. 

View press release here.

 

08/12/2015: Inserm has launched its campaign to enrol 300 volunteers for Phase 2 trials.

View press release here.

 

15/07/2015: The University of Oxford has started enrolling volunteers for Phase 2 trials.

View press release here.

 

16/01/2015: IMI2: First innovative medicines Initiative Ebola projects get underway:

http://www.imi.europa.eu/content/press-releases 

 

 

News

  • 17 January 2018

    Clinical Trial Training - Bobo Dioulasso, BURKINA FASO, 23-26 January, 2018

  • 02 January 2018

    The 4th edition of our EBOVAC2 newlsetter was released on the 21st of December 2017.

  • 27 October 2017

    The 3rd EBOVAC2 Newsletter is now available here. Our October 2017 issue includes an interview with Dr Houreratou Barry, PI of the Centre Muraz site.

  • 12 September 2017

    The 3rd EBOVAC1/2 Annual meeting will be held in Amsteram, the Netherlands 8-10 January 2018. Participants include consortium members and representatives of sites where the project clinical trials are being carried out.

  • 27 June 2017

    The 2nd EBOVAC2 newsletter June 2017 is now available here!

  • 15 May 2017

    Based on final Phase 1 data published in JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, the prime-boost Ebola vaccine regimen induced an antibody response that persisted in 100 percent of healthy volunteers to at least 1 year following vaccination. The results are from the EBOVAC1 study EBL1001 conducted by the Oxford Vaccine Group in the UK.

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