SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Clinical Trials Using ACTIV-Informed Harmonized Protocols

ACTIV advised on the protocol designs and endpoints to ensure a harmonized approach across multiple vaccine efficacy trials. The protocol enables analyses of correlates of protection across several vaccine trials being implemented under Operation Warp Speed and activated at sites that are part of the NIH COVID-19 Prevention Network.

As vaccine clinical trials using these harmonized protocols are launched, NIH will list those studies on this page.

SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Clinical Trials Using

Harmonized Protocols Informed by ACTIV

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Agent Trial Phase Description More Information

COVID-19 adjuvanted recombinant protein-based vaccine

Phase 1/2

Co-developed by Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline, this vaccine uses a recombinant protein-based technology. Participants will receive either a single intramuscular injection or two injections 21 days apart.The study expects to enroll 440 participants.

mRNA-1273

Phase 3

Co-developed by Moderna, Inc., and NIAID, this vaccine uses the messenger RNA delivery platform. Participants will receive two intramuscular injections 28 days apart. The study expects to enroll about 30,000 volunteers.

AZD1222

Phase 3

Developed by Oxford University’s Jenner Institute and Oxford Vaccine Group, and licensed to AstraZeneca for further development, this vaccine uses a non-replicating adenovirus delivery system. Participants will receive two intramuscular injections approximately 4 weeks apart. The study expects to enroll about 30,000 volunteers.

JNJ-78436725
(Ad.26.COV2.S)

Phase 3

Developed by Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, this vaccine uses a non-replicating adenovirus delivery system. Participants will receive a single intramuscular injection. The study expects to enroll up to 60,000 volunteers.

This page last reviewed on September 30, 2020