UM Earns $10M Contract to Develop Universal Flu Vaccine

The National Institutes of Health have awarded a $10 million contract to the University of Montana to develop a new universal flu vaccine.

The five-year award went to Dr. Jay Evans, director of UM’s Center for Translational Medicine and a research professor in the Division of Biological Sciences. The contract is titled “Development of TRAC-478: A Synthetic Dual TLR Adjuvant Combination System.”