Delivering better vaccines: Scientists at La Jolla Institute push for more effective, longer-lasting vaccines

“Vaccines are incredible,” says Shane Crotty, Ph.D., Professor and Chief Scientific Officer at La Jolla Institute for Immunology (LJI). “They are the only medicine recommended for every healthy person on the planet.” Dr. Crotty and his colleagues recently launched the LJI Center for Vaccine Innovation. This center is home to researchers with the expertise to shape the future of vaccine design.
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Milk mysteries

Cow’s milk allergy is surprisingly common. Diagnosing it is surprisingly tough. An LJI scientist sets out to help allergic kids and their families find answers.

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