About CVVR

The Center for Virology and Vaccine Research (CVVR) at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center aims to promote research and education activities related to virology, vaccinology, and related disciplines, including basic, translational, and clinical vaccine research. The Center consists of primary and affiliate faculty and focuses on the development of vaccines against infectious, oncologic, degenerative, and other diseases.

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Director

Dan H. Barouch, M.D., Ph.D, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Division Manager

Faye Stephens, fstephen@bidmc.harvard.edu


Contact Info

3 Blackfan Circle, E/CLS 10th floor
Boston, MA 02115 - USA

T 617 735 4485
F 617 735 4566


Center for Life Sciences Building, Boston, MA

 
Outbreaks of some viral infections, including measles and hepatitis A, are increasing across the country.

Outbreaks of some viral infections, including measles and hepatitis A, are increasing across the country.

The experimental vaccine targets virus strains from around the world.

The experimental vaccine targets virus strains from around the world.

J&J's Quest for Elusive HIV Vaccine is Poised for Major Test

Johnson & Johnson  is preparing to test an experimental HIV vaccine in the U.S. and Europe in a move toward developing the first immunization against the deadly disease after decades of frustration.

Johnson & Johnson is preparing to test an experimental HIV vaccine in the U.S. and Europe in a move toward developing the first immunization against the deadly disease after decades of frustration.