Vaccine research and Development

The process of developing vaccines focuses on a range of technological initiatives and applied research that advance and support safer vaccine delivery methods and systems. The unprecedented Ebola disease outbreak last year sparked a research and industry response, and as we continue to look for solutions, we must reflect on the lessons we've learned in order to meet the challenges we're facing right now. The creation of vaccines is a drawn-out, complicated process that frequently takes between 10 and 15 years and involves both public and private participation. The groups involved in vaccine development, testing, and regulation standardised their practises during the 20th century, leading to the current system.

The general phases of a vaccine's development cycle are:

  • Investigative phase

  • preliminary phase

  • clinical progress

  • Regulatory examination 

  • Manufacturing

  • Quality control


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