Online tool tracks COVID-19 vaccine development

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

May 28, 2020 -- A new interactive online tool to track the progress of coronavirus vaccine candidates currently under development has been published by the University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing.

The tracker lists key scientific information about the different vaccine candidates including immunogenicity, manufacturing, and stability factors. The information listed in the interactive charts includes development platform or targeted proteins, vaccine delivery system, and delivery route.

Vaccine Mapper
New Vaccine Mapper tracks the progress of coronavirus vaccine candidates. Image courtesy of University of Notre Dame Center for Research Computing.

The Vaccine Mapper uses public information on coronavirus vaccines pulled from resources including the World Health Organization, the Milken Institute, and the global coronavirus cases map from Johns Hopkins University.

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