Vaccinations for People with Influenza (flu)
The Influenza (flu) vaccination is the most effective method of preventing the flu and other health-related issues. There are many types of flu vaccines. One type is a newer flu vaccine called a recombinant (new gene combination) and another is a standard egg-based flu vaccine. We want to know which Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved vaccine works best. The information we gain may aid future patients.
For more information contact:
| PI: Sarang Yoon
| Department: FAMILY AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
| Approval Date: 2022-08-30 21:21:00
Specialties: Infectious Diseases, Occupational Health, Occupational Medicine, Preventive Medicine
Who can participate?
Age: Over 18 years old
Volunteers: Healthy Volunteers
Location: In Person
- Ages 18 to 64 years old
- Currently a student in college or graduate program
- Attend in-person college classes with other students
- Work in person closely with others at least 20 hours a week
- Access to the internet and cell phone
- Lives with another person who is already in the study
- Allergic reaction to study vaccines
Will I be paid for my time?