Objectives

The main objective of EBOVAC2 is to provide extensive and robust data on the safety and immunogenicity of the Ad26.ZEBOV and MVA-BN-Filo vaccine regimen.

This will be done by:

  1. Carrying out translational studies to link vaccine elicited immune responses in humans to protection from Ebola in vaccinated non-human primates; 
  2. Carrying out Phase 2 trials in African and European volunteers Given the compressed nature of this development program, the Phase 2 studies are anticipated to be conducted in parallel with the planned Phase 3 study (EBOVAC1). The Phase 2 studies will be controlled with either placebo or active control vaccinations with standard vaccines and will be conducted in locations where it is possible to perform carefully controlled safety studies;
  3. Evaluating the use of the vaccine regimen in healthy population groups, such as children (aged 1-17 years), the elderly (ages 50-65) and individuals infected with HIV, to confirm safety and immunogenicity. It is intended that Phase 2 trials will begin as soon as preliminary safety data are available from Phase 1 trials;
  4. Monitoring and characterising immune response to the proposed vaccine regimen;
  5. Boosting the capacity of African centres and staff as well as communicating and disseminating the results of EBOVAC2 as they become available to all key stakeholders;
  6. Contributing all data to the Central Information Repository (set up in EBOVAC1) for use by all Ebola+ programme projects as well as the wider community.

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NEWS

  • Ebola: background

    What is Ebola?

  • Phase 2 trials

    Find out more about EBOVAC2 trials

  • Work programme

    EBOVAC2 is organised into 6 workpackages (WP)

  • Ebola+ programme

    Contributes to efforts to tackle a wide range of challenges in Ebola research

This project has received funding from the Innovative Medicines Initiative 2 Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No. 115861.
This Joint Undertaking receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and EFPIA

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