UF: $3.2 Million grant funds development of new malaria vaccine

UF: $3.2 Million grant funds development of new malaria vaccine

The Global Health Innovative Technology Fund has awarded the University of Florida and partners in the United States and Japan $3.2 million to advance a promising vaccine to prevent transmission of malaria.

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