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Thursday November 10th, 2016

Scientists from the European AIDS Vaccine Initiative (EAVI2020) meet in Barcelona to analyze the results of the first year of the consortium

Scientists from 22 institutions in Europe, Australia, Canada and the United States meet in Barcelona on November 10-11 to discuss the trajectory and progress of the European AIDS Vaccine Initiative (EAVI2020). This initiative, funded by the European Commission with 23 million euro, started a year ago to accelerate the development of an effective vaccine against HIV. The three Spanish centers participating in the consortium are the IrsiCaixa AIDS Research Institute, which organizes the meeting in Barcelona, the IDIBAPS and the Institute of Health Carlos III. The participation of IrsiCaixa and IDIBAPS is part of HIVACAT, the Catalan research project for an AIDS vaccine.

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Tuesday February 02nd, 2016

IDIBAPS takes part in a 30 million euros project to develop new HIV vaccines

IDIBAPS takes part in the European HIV Vaccine Alliance (EHVA) to develop and evaluate new preventive and therapeutic vaccines. The European Commission grants with over 22 million euros in addition to the 6 million euros from Swiss Government. This effort is part of the European Commission Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (Horizon2020) and gathers together HIV leading scientists from 39 public institutions along with European, North American and African companies. Dr. Josep M. Gatell, head of the Infectious Diseases and AIDS IDIBAPS team, is the coordinator from this centre, and Drs. Felipe García, Montserrat Plana and Eloisa Yuste, researchers from the same group, also would join the project. The Spanish National Centre for Biotechnology of the CSIC (CNB-CSIC) also participates.

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Monday November 02nd, 2015

IDIBAPS and IrsiCaixa participate in a 23 million euro project to develop HIV vaccine

IDIBAPS and the IrsiCaixa AIDS Research Institute participate in the European AIDS Vaccine Initiative (EAVI2020), a project to to accelerate the search for an effective HIV vaccine. This initiative, that is part of the European Comission framework programme for research and innovation (Horizon2020), brings together leading HIV researchers from public organisations and biotech companies from across Europe, Australia, Canada and the USA. IrsiCaixa and IDIBAPS are members of this consortium in which participate 22 institutions. Dr. Joan Joseph, researcher at the Infectious Diseases and AIDS IDIBAPS team led by Dr. Josep M. Gatell, will coordinate the project conducted at IDIBAPS over the next 5 years. At IrsiCaixa, an institute led by Dr. Bonaventura Clotet, this project will be coordinated by Dr. Christian Brander, head of the Host Cellullar and Genetic Immunity group and member of the consortium’s steering comitee. The other spanish participant in the consortium is the Instituto de Salud Carlos III.

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Monday October 26th, 2009

Malaria Vaccine Candidate Shows Long-term Efficacy in Mozambican children

Malaria Vaccine Candidate Shows Long-term Efficacy in Mozambican children

A study published in the August 1 issue of the Journal of Infectious Diseases has shown for the first time that RTS,S, the world’s most clinically advanced malaria vaccine candidate, maintains protection during a 45 month follow-up period. The study conducted in 2022 Mozambican children age 1-4 years demonstrates that the RTS,S/AS02 vaccine is capable of reducing clinical episodes of malaria by 30 percent and severe malaria cases by 38 percent for at least 45 months following its administration.

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