hVIVO's Andrew Catchpole On Human Challenge Studies, From COVID-19 To Malaria
hVIVO, a specialist contract research organization, performs human challenge trials, helping pharma companies develop vaccines with greater efficiency. Chief scientific officer Andrew Catchpole recently spoke with In Vivo about what it takes to perform an effective human challenge study, how they keep study participants safe, and how the company is helping address the ongoing scourge of malaria.
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