Recently Golden State Warrior’s star Jermaine O’Neal and his family visited our lab. Our team was able to give the O’Neal’s a first-hand look at our approach for developing a vaccine for HIV and an update on our experiments. For O’Neal, ending HIV/AIDS is a cause that is extremely personal because he recently lost a family […]
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Over the weekend we learned that Vaccine published our article on eliciting cytotoxic T-lymphocyte responses from synthetic vectors containing one or two epitopes in a C57BL/6 mouse model using peptide-containing biodegradable microspheres and adjuvants. In layperson terms, this article covers the work we did in partnership with Microsoft Research to show that our biodegradable microsphere based vaccine can elicit […]
We still have a lot of work ahead of us, but here are some of our milestones to date:
We've completed our first round of human blood experiments. For details on our results, please visit our blog. We are now confirming our positive in vitro result before setting up a pre-IND meeting with the FDA. Assuming our IND application is approved, we plan on starting human clinical trials this year. Please help us fund our human clinical trial by making a donation. Thank you for helping us move one step closer to ending HIV/AIDS.