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.
Department of Health and Social Care, UK Health Security Agency
This study aims to understand, at a qualitative and quantitative level, immune response durability in 'real-life settings' of different vaccination regimens for individuals who are over 80 years of age living in the community in the UK.
The National Core Studies Programme (NCS) immunity
This study aims to understand, at a qualitative and quantitative level, immune response durability in 'real-life settings' of different vaccination regimens in individuals with a diagnosis of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL).
National Core Studies Programme (NCS) immunity
The DuRaCoV study aims to understand, at a qualitative and quantitative level, immune response durability in 'real-life settings' of different vaccination regimens, with or without prior infection.
UK Research and Innovation via the National Core Studies Immunity Programme
Medical Research Council
Cancer Research UK (CRUK), King’s College London, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation NHS Trust , GSTT Charity, Blood Cancer UK and Leukaemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS)
The PREPARE project aims to understand the risk COVID-19 poses for patients with blood cancers using information from participants from the RUDY study. The first wave of the project will focus on myeloma patients who have joined the RUDY study.
Blood Cancer UK Research Collaborative
OCTAVE DUO, an extension of the OCTAVE trial, is investigating if a third vaccine dose for people with weakened immune systems gives a stronger immune response than two doses.
National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
This study will investigate the effect of obesity on COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness, as part of existing weight loss programmes in the obesity clinic in Cambridge University Hospital NHS Trust and King's College London.
UK Research and Innovation
Building on our earlier work, we engaged with a range of patient, public, community, professional and health policy groups who told us the following questions are the most important to them:
UK Research and Innovation, The Alan Turing Institute