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Avian Influenza (H5N8) Vaccine


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Influenza Screening Study 

The current research study will require two clinic visits per year for up to seven years, and eligible participants will be compensated up to $1050 over the course of the study. 

 Participants should be:

• Generally healthy
• Available for approximately 12-day inpatient stay
• Non-habitual smoker
• Have not received an influenza vaccine in 2021 

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Mix and Match COVID-19 Booster Study Illustration of umbrella and covid

Volunteers needed for COVID-19 Mix and Match Booster study.

When people get sick with the virus that causes COVID-19, they may experience symptoms of high fever, cough, shortness of breath and flu-like symptoms.  Multiple vaccines have been developed against this virus.

As part of the study, we will mix and match different vaccines as a booster dose and study the safety and the immune response.

This study will require approximately 14-15 clinic visits over a 12-27-month time span, to follow the safety and the immune response to the vaccine and/or boosters. Eligible participants will be compensated for completing all the study visits and procedures.

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Pediatric Nasal Spray Influenza Vaccine Study 4 head image

The University of Maryland School of Medicine seeks participants for a pediatric nasal spray influenza vaccine study.

We are recruiting children aged 6 months through 17 years of age.

Your child’s participation can help CVD to develop the next generation of influenza vaccines that may protect longer and may prevent more infections than current vaccines.

Participants will receive up to $625 in compensation.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Trials in Children & Adolescents 

Are you interested in COVID-19 vaccine studies for your child or children? We have upcoming studies for children and adolescents in both Baltimore and Frederick, MD. Research studies have differing requirements for participation. Please fill out this form so that we can contact you when an applicable study is available.

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Malaria Vaccine Study

Healthy adults 18 to 50 years old are needed to participate in the study of an investigational antibody against malaria. The study will evaluate the safety of the malaria antibody and its ability to protect against malaria. Financial compensation will be provided.

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KidCOVE Girl in yellow shirt with band aid

The purpose of the KidCOVE Study is to test a vaccine that may protect children from getting sick if they come into contact with SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19.

In order to participate, your child must:

There are additional eligibility requirements, which the study doctor can explain to you.