Translational Research Tools: Other Resources

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Preclinical and Clinical Research Resources

Clinical research is a rigorous process of testing the safety and efficacy of candidate vaccines, diagnostics, and therapies. Only those candidates that have performed exceptionally through basic and preclinical research are approved for clinical trials in humans, and only a small number of those succeed through the many phases and approvals involved in ultimately bringing a product to the market.

NIAID offers tools to assist investigators through clinical research, from primary services such as management, evaluation, and education to supplementary support of the research, protocol policies, and standards. NIAID also offers opportunities for collaboration through existing networks that help to accelerate the clinical development of therapies, vaccines, and diagnostics.

Preclinical Research

Infectious Diseases

Target Development

In Vitro and In Vivo Screening

Lead Candidate Development

Non Disease-Specific Services

ClinRegs

Clinical Research

Clinical Research Standards, Policies and Procedures

Non Disease-Specific Standards, Policies and Procedures

Allergy, Immunology, and Transplantation

HIV/AIDS

Infectious Diseases

Clinical Research Services

Clinical Trials at the NIH Clinical Center

Non Disease-Specific Services

Allergy, Immunology, and Transplantation

HIV/AIDS

Infectious Diseases

Vaccine, Diagnostics, and Therapeutics​

Infectious Diseases

HIV/AIDS

Allergies, Immunology, and Transplantation

Resource Center

Basic and Omics Research Resources

Content last reviewed on April 24, 2017