GSK vaccine chief heads for AIDS vaccine initiative; Pfizer enlists Sue Desmond-Hellmann to its board of directors
→ Rip Ballou, who until very recently led vaccine research and development at GlaxoSmithKline, is joining the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) to lead its USAID-funded ADVANCE program. The program uses a network of researchers and institutions in Africa to help develop a vaccine for HIV. Ballou had worked at GSK since 2010 and has led global vaccine R&D since 2015. Prior to that he held posts at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, a different post at GSK, Medimmune, and Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. IAVI is led by Mark Feinberg, the former CSO of Merck Vaccines.
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