Naval Medical Research Center: Research and Development of Protective Vaccines and Other Countermeasures Against Infectious Disease Agents of Military Importance.

Infectious diseases have negatively impacted U. S. military operations dating as far back as the Revolutionary War.

Recent outbreaks of Ebola, Chikungunya and Zika combined with the ongoing threats posed by malaria, infectious diarrhea and multi-drug resistant bacteria in regions where U. S.


military personnel operate underscore the need for preventive measures to mitigate against the impact that infectious diseases have on the operational forces of the U. S. The goal of this Cooperative Agreement is to engage in a collaborative research and development (R&D) effort for protective vaccines and other countermeasures targeting the causative agents of malaria, travelers’ diarrhea, rickettsial pathogens, multi-drug resistant bacteria, and emerging viral diseases.

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Naval Medical Research and Development

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Agency: Department of Defense


Estimated Funding: $56,826,775

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This Task Agreement is being awarded under Cooperative Agreement P17AC00225 which was already awarded under a competitive process.

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