The Dale and Betty Bumpers Vaccine Research Center (VRC) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) was established to facilitate research in vaccine development. The VRC is dedicated to improving global human health through the rigorous pursuit of effective vaccines for human diseases. Established by former President Bill Clinton as part of an initiative to develop an AIDS vaccine, the VRC is a unique venture within the NIH intramural research program. Initially spearheaded by NIAID, the National Cancer Institute, and the NIH Office of AIDS Research, the VRC is now part of the NIAID organization.
Help Advance Ebola Research
The NIH Vaccine Research Center is looking for DC-area healthy volunteers, 18-60 years old, to participate in a study testing the safety of an investigational product targeting Ebola.
There is no risk of infection from your participation.
Financial compensation will be provided.