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The Vanderbilt Vaccine Research Program is improving the lives of children, families, and the community by conducting scientifically rigorous and ethically sound clinical research. Our goal is that tomorrow will be better than today.

The Vanderbilt Vaccine Research Program is one of only eight Vaccine Treatment and Evaluation Units (VTEUs) in the U.S. to receive a new contract to continue evaluating innovative vaccines for malaria, pandemic flu and other infections over the next seven years. The program is recognized internationally for its work on vaccines against serious childhood infections including respiratory syncytial virus and haemophilius influenzae.

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Vanderbilt Safety Advice Network

Vanderbilt Safety Advice Network
VSAN provider portal for questions
related to vaccine adverse events

Clinical Immunization Safety Assesment Network

Clinical Immunization
Safety Assessment Network

SharePoint website for the CISA


Institutional Review Board (IRB)
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Vanderbilt Clinical Trials

ClinicalTrials.gov

Meet Our Team

Recent Presentations

Malaria (Shanda Phillips)
Vaccine Safety (Bob Sparks)

Quality Assurance (Debbie Hunter)
MRSA in Athletes (Gayle Johnson)
Investigating Adverse Events Following Immunization (Bob Sparks)
Vaccine Hesitancy (Elizabeth Williams)



 
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