A research study for a potential mRNA vaccine.

Overview

Could you be part of the next vaccine breakthrough?
Today’s flu vaccines are updated each year to prevent infection with the specific strains of the flu that scientists and health officials expect to be common that year.
It takes several months to make the vaccines and their effectiveness depends on how well they match the strains of the flu virus that are circulating.
With the recent advancement of COVID-19 vaccines based on mRNA technology, we’ve learned that mRNA vaccines can potentially be developed much more quickly and may be better matched to each season’s specific strains. The creation of the COVID-19 vaccine made history.

Ages

65 to 85

Study Topics

Vaccine

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About the mRNA Flu Vaccine Study

Today’s flu vaccines are updated each year to prevent infection with the specific strains of the flu that scientists and health officials expect to be common that year. It takes several months to make the vaccines and their effectiveness depends on how well they match the strains of the flu virus that are circulating.

With the recent advancement of COVID-19 vaccines based on mRNA technology, we’ve learned that mRNA vaccines can potentially be developed much more quickly and may be better matched to each season’s specific strains. The creation of the COVID-19 vaccine made history/

The mRNA Flu Vaccine Study will help us learn if an investigational vaccine is safe and can help the body produce antibodies that may help fight off the flu. Your participation in this research study can help advance a potential mRNA flu vaccine.

This research study is enrolling people who:

Are 65 to 85 years old

Are generally healthy or have stable chronic conditions

Have not had a flu vaccine in the last six months

Have not had a COVID-19 or any other vaccine in the last month