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Help advance influenza research


Could you be part of the next vaccine breakthrough?
Want to help your community by advancing influenza research and potentially be compensated? See if you are eligible to join a clinical study. Vaccination is the primary method for preventing influenza and its potentially severe complications. Efficacy of the conventional influenza vaccines in the adult population is demonstrated to be high.


50 and above

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Do You Qualify?

Are you 50 years or older?

Are you generally healthy or have stable chronic conditions?

Are you currently pregnant?

Have you received a COVID-19 or any other vaccine in the last month?

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More Information About Flu and Influenza

It is estimated that the global disease burden from influenza includes up to a billion infections, 3–5 million cases of severe disease, and 290,000–650,000 deaths annually.Adults 65 years of age or older are particularly vulnerable to the complications resulting from influenza infections with higher rates of influenza‐associated complications and hospitalizations than younger people.Older adults make up the majority of influenza related deaths, with up to 90% of deaths occurring in this age group.

This research study is enrolling people who:

Are you 50 years or older?

Are generally healthy or have stable chronic conditions

Are not pregnant

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

Do You Not Meet the Criteria for This Study?

You could still participate in other studies. Contact us to be added to our database and you’ll be notified about our future studies that may be right for you.