Medical School
Twin Cities
Project Title: 
Vaccine Development

Candidate vaccines against infectious agents and non-communicable diseases consist of purified proteins or proteins conjugated to synthetic peptides, or haptens, and use adjuvants or novel delivery platforms. Despite pre-clinical proof of concept, vaccine clinical efficacy is often limited to a small subset of immunized subjects. Additionally, very few adjuvants meet regulatory approval. Thus, more effective immunization strategies are needed. This lab focuses on novel immunization approaches that guide B and T cell lymphocytes toward generation of effective antibody (Ab) responses. 

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