Gates Foundation grants $37.2M for AIDS research

12/6/2011 | MedCityNews.com

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has agreed to give $37.2 million in grants to three HIV/AIDS researchers at Duke University. David Montefiori, who established the Comprehensive Antibody Vaccine Immune Monitoring Consortium, will receive $24.6 million over five years to continue moving preclinical vaccine discoveries into clinical trials. Dr. Baton Haynes and Dr. Michael Frank will receive three-year grants for $11.7 million and $892,000, respectively, for research on stimulating an immune response against HIV.

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