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Welcome to MAVRC

The MAVRC program promotes disease prevention by fostering collaborative and innovative research to understand human immunology, mucosal and vaccine biology.

Training & Events

Save the Date for the 3rd Annual Colorado Vaccine Summit!


November 2012 -- Details to follow


MAVRC News

Read about the MAVRC $20,000 Pilot Award Winners.

MAVRC Investigators

The MAVRC program is growing with over 125 members from institutions across Colorado.


Learn about their research and contact them for collaboration.

Funding Opportunities

The MAVRC program promotes collaborative connections to identify funding opportunities and successful research.

 

Research Resources

Preventing Disease Before It Begins

The Mucosal and Vaccine Research Colorado (MAVRC) program promotes disease prevention by fostering collaborative and innovative research to understand human immunology, mucosal and vaccine biology.

Creative solutions to prevent infections, cancer and immunologic diseases can only succeed if diverse investigators work and think together across preconceived boundaries. MAVRC endeavors to identify support to integrate the talents, both conceptual and technical, of University of Colorado scientists and clinicians who recognize, and strive to combat, the problems that affect our state, our country, and our world.

 

Immunological Mechanisms of Vaccination

Ottawa, Canada -- December 13-18, 2012


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3rd Annual Colorado Vaccine Summit

"Details coming soon..."

 

MAVRC Newsmakers!

  • Allison Kempe, MD, MPH - Recipient of the 2011 Academic Pediatric Association's Research Award.  (Read more about Dr. Kempe)
  • Adit Ginde, MD, MPH - Awarded the Paul B. Beeson Career Development Award from the National Instititue on Aging. (More about Dr. Ginde)
  • Jill Davies, MD - Named a Public Health Hero by the Tri-County Health Department.  Dr. Davies was nominated for her work with the Colorado Circle of Protection program, which provides Tdap vaccines for protection from pertussis. (More about Dr. Davies)

The Mucosal and Vaccine Research Colorado (MAVRC) program promotes disease prevention by fostering collaborative and innovative research to understand human immunology, mucosal and vaccine biology.



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