Current COVID-19 vaccine studies
The UK is a leading force in the development of vaccines for COVID-19. Search our database of studies and trials currently under way.
This study aims to establish if antibody testing can identify which people remain at greatest risk of severe COVID-19 despite being vaccinated.
Department of Health and Social Care, via the National Institute for Health Research
The Vaccine Booster Breakthroughs project (VBB) builds upon the successful, innovative work of the earlier Vaccine Breakthroughs Project.
UK Research and Innovation (as part of the COVID-19 National Core Studies)
Health Data Research UK
This is the UK arm of a clinical trial of the vaccine (GRT-R910) produced by US-based biotechnology company Gritstone bio, Inc.
Health Innovation Manchester
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh, in collaboration with Public Health Scotland other partners, are using patient data across Scotland to track the COVID-19 pandemic and its affected across Scotland, as well as monitor the effectiveness o
National Institute for Health Research Health Technology Assessment Programme, Medical Research Council, Scottish Government
Vaccine breakthrough is a term used to describe the SARS-CoV-2 virus ‘breaking through’ the protection given by COVID-19 vaccines. This includes first-time infections, reinfections and COVID-19 related hospitalisations and deaths.
National Core Studies Immunity Programme, UK Research and Innovation (Medical Research Council), Scottish Government, Health Data Research UK, Chief Scientist Office, National Institute for Health Research
National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)