Bristol Children's Vaccine Centre

The Bristol Children's Vaccine Centre (BCVC) is a group of doctors, nurses and scientists working together to develop new, better ways to prevent and treat infectious diseases.

We conduct commercial and non-commercial clinical trials to evaluate novel drugs and vaccines, from small early-phase safety studies through to larger efficacy trials.

We also carry out other clinical research studies to find out more about the naturally occurring carriage of bacteria and/or viruses in healthy individuals, and how this changes in illness.

This work can take the shape of large epidemiology-type studies or smaller lab-based research projects that use human tissue samples (blood, adenoids etc.). These are obtained via donations to the Bristol Biobank. 

Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection (RSV) vaccine for pregnant mothers study

If you have heard about this study recently in the media and would like more information, please e-mail research_st.michaels@uhbristol.nhs.uk or telephone +44(0)117 342 5756.

Tissue culture plate
Tissue culture plate

Contacts

Clinical Research Manager

Dr Jenny Oliver

Email: jennifer.oliver@bristol.ac.uk
Telephone: +44(0)117 342 0160

Bristol Children's Vaccine Centre
Level 6
Education and Research Centre
Upper Maudlin Street
Bristol
BS2 8AE
UK

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