Learn how immunizing a critical portion of a community protects most members of the community.
Ongoing influenza research is wide-ranging and falls into several categories:
Influenza is notable in its ability to produce annual epidemics of disease in both developed and developing countries. Currently, influenza vaccination is the primary method of preventing influenza and its severe complications.
Learn about NIAID-supported influenza clinical studies and ongoing avian influenza clinical trials
Read about the labs and researchers doing influenza research at NIAID.
Scientists around the world can access NIAID resources, including the Centers of Excellence for Influenza Research and Surveillance and influenza genome sequencing projects.
Last Updated July 03, 2013