Ebola outbreak

University of Texas has spent seven years developing a nasal spray vaccine against Ebola


Ebola nasal vaccine under threat as funding runs dry

By Dan Stanton

Lack of funding is threatening development of a nasal spray vaccine shown to provide long-term protection for non-human primates against the Ebola virus, the lead researcher told this publication in an exclusive interview.

Protective equipment for health workers in Guinea. (Picture: EC/ECHO/Jean-Louis Mosser)

Dispatches from AAPS 2014

BARDA: Ebola is “a bioterrorism threat”

By Fiona Barry

BARDA, the US government’s Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, has revealed it sees Ebola “as a bioterrorism threat.”

Francis Collins' comments provoked a backlash

NIH: without budget cuts, we’d have Ebola vaccine

By Fiona Barry

The head of the US National Institutes of Health has said the organisation would have developed a finished Ebola vaccine by now if its funding had not been slashed over the last decade.

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