Monkey pox (Mpox) Vaccine Trial

This study is looking into an investigational vaccine for the mpox virus

The Patient Recruitment Centre Bradford are currently looking for adults, aged 18 – 49, to take part in the Moderna mPower mRNA-1769 vaccine trial
which is looking into an investigational vaccine for the mpox virus.

 

What is mpox?

Mpox (monkey pox) is an infectious disease caused by the monkey pox virus. It can cause a painful rash, enlarged lymph nodes and fever. Most people fully recover, but some get very sick. Anyone can get mpox.

What to expect?

Taking part in this study will last around 13-14 months and includes visits to the Patient Recruitment Centre in Bradford (based at the Bradford Royal Infirmary site).

Trial Compensation

Moderna recognises that trial participation is a big commitment. All qualified participants will receive compensation for their trial-related time and travel.

How to take part?

Contact our PRC Bradford team on 01274 383383 / PRC.Bradford@bthft.nhs.uk.

Research Area

Vaccine Research & Public Health

Status of the Research:

This research study is looking for volunteers to take part.

Lead Research organisation

NIHR Patient Recruitment Centre Bradford

Description of volunteers required

Adults aged 18 – 49

What should I do if I want to take part?

If you would like to participate in this study, please contact our PRC Bradford team on 01274 383383 / PRC.Bradford@bthft.nhs.uk.

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Research Overview

What is the purpose of this clinical research study?

We are running the Moderna mPower mRNA-1769 vaccine trial which is looking into an investigational vaccine for the mpox virus.