The Vaccine Research Network benefits from close collaborations with other Centres, Networks and Groups at Imperial College London:
Imperial Networks of Excellence & Centres
We collaborate closely with other Imperial Networks of Excellence and Centres including
- Antimicrobial Research Collaborative
- Imperial College Network of Excellence in Malaria
- Centre for International Child Health
- MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analytics
MRC Global Challenges Research Fund Networks for Vaccine R&D
MRC-funded vaccine research networks led from Imperial College London:
Human Infection Challenge for Vaccines (HIC-Vac) network
- HIC-Vac brings together investigators using a variety of pathogen challenge systems, fostering collaboration and acting as a knowledge repository for others wishing to establish these powerful experimental medicine techniques.
- To find out more, please see the HIC-Vac website.
Immunising PRegnant women and INfants neTwork (IMPRINT)
- IMPRINT aims to understand how to optimise vaccines in the context of immature or altered immunity to protect pregnant women and infants.
- To find out more, please see the IMPRINT website.
Health Protection Research Units (HPRUs)
HPRUs in collaboration with Public Health England co-led from Imperial College London:
- Respiratory Infections
- Healthcare-associated Infections & Antimicrobial Resistance
- Modelling Methodology
NIHR Imperial Biomedical Research Centre (BRC)
The majority of Network investigators also work closely within the NIHR Imperial BRC, especially on the following themes:
Imperial College Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC)
The Imperial College AHSC improves the health and well-being of patients by translating research discoveries into medical advances. For further information, please see the Imperial College AHSC website.