Immunity Project

We're developing a
free vaccine to end HIV and AIDS

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We need your help to fund our first human clinical trial. Please donate now to help us end HIV/AIDS. Visit our blog to keep up to date on our progress. Read our FAQ to learn how our vaccine prototype works.

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How it works:

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Learn about the science behind the vaccine and why ours is different.

About the team:

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What makes our team special and qualified to work on this research?

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Follow our progress in the lab and learn more about our approach.

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Recent blog updates:

Tapping Into Crowdfunding to Stop HIV

Watch Immunity Project’s CEO/Co-Founder Dr. Reid Rubsamen and CMO Naveen Jain on Fox Business to discuss how we’ve used crowdfunding to engage with the public and fund our human blood experiments.
Tune in to the full interview below:…

Posted on Apr 18, 2014 by Howie Diamond
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Experiment Q&A’s

Immunity Project is dedicated to developing an HIV vaccine to give away to the world for free. Below are a few critical questions we’re currently finding answers for in the lab.
Question #1: How does the vaccine interact with dendrocytes?
Dendrocytes are white blood cells that interact with any foreign invader, or in this case our vaccine.…

Posted on Apr 17, 2014 by Reid Rubsamen
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Our Progress:

We still have a lot of work ahead of us, but here are some of our milestones to date:

2014 Successfully completed crowd funding campaign to raise funds for human blood experiments
2014 Accepted into Y-Combinator Accelerator Program Winter Batch 2014
2014 Article authored for publication in a peer reviewed journal
2013 Partnership formed with Until There’s A Cure, a leading non-profit organization focused on HIV and AIDS, based in the San Francisco Bay Area
2011 Fundraised for platform development and animal studies - Animal studies successfully conducted with positive results
2010 Key patents filed, successfully prosecuted, and issued
2010 Achilles heel biological markers identified on a HLA restricted basis for HIV

What's Next?

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.