Officially established in February 2009 at MGH, MIT and Harvard, The Phillip T. and Susan M. Ragon Institute has the dual mission: to contribute to the accelerated discovery of an HIV/AIDS vaccine and subsequently to establish itself as a world leader in the collaborative study of immunology.Read more
Harnessing the immune system to prevent and cure human disease
For millennia physicians have cured the sick and treated the ill, oftentimes experimenting on their patients and developing new medical treatments. Ho...
- July 12, 2016
On May 9th 2016, the first Rethinking Global Health workshop was held at the MIT Media Lab. This event, organized by the newly formed student organiza...
- June 28, 2016
BOSTON – The rapid development of a safe and effective vaccine to prevent the Zika virus (ZIKV) is a global priority, as infection in pregnant women...
- June 21, 2016
Understanding why some strains of HIV may be more infectious than others may provide critical clues to developing an HIV vaccine that effectively bloc...
About the Ragon Institute