Now Recruiting

CMV Vaccine Study

Do you want to protect yourself and others against cytomegalovirus (CMV)? We are currently recruiting healthy women 16-35 years to study a new CMV vaccine.

Pneumococcal Vaccine Study

We are currently recruiting healthy babies who are 2 months of age to help us learn more about the protection of the already approved pneumococcal vaccine.

RSV Vaccine Study

This study seeks to learn more about a new RSV vaccine that may potentially protect infants from RSV disease. We are currently recruiting healthy babies between 12-23 months old.

Meningococcal Vaccine Study

We are currently recruiting boys and girls going into Grade 9 to help us study the efficacy of 3 Meningococcal vaccines already approved and offered to teenagers in Canada.

Special Immunization Clinic

This study will collect information about adverse reactions following immunization from patients attending the Special Immunization Clinic. The information collected will help build standard care plans that guide doctors as they care for patients with adverse reactions.


CMV Vaccine Study

Participants needed: This study is looking for generally healthy women who are 16 to 35 years of age. Why are we doing this study: CMV is a common virus that can infect anyone. Most people don’t know they have CMV because it rarely causes symptoms. However, if you are pregnant or have a weakened immune system, CMV … Continue reading "CMV Vaccine Study"

Meningococcal Vaccine Study

Participants needed: Healthy teenage boys and girls who are going into Grade 9 Why are we doing this study: Meningococcal disease is caused by Neisseria meningitidis and can result in severe disease such as septicemia (blood poisoning) and meningitis. There are currently 3 different vaccines being offered to teenagers across Canada and researchers at the Vaccine Evaluation … Continue reading "Meningococcal Vaccine Study"