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Connect Immune Research is a partnership that seeks to address the challenge of collaboration across disease-specific research silos by tackling multiple autoimmune conditions at once. 

The EFIS Vaccine Task Force is a collaborative initiative which brings together immunologists from across Europe to speak with a collective voice about the importance of vaccines.

The CARINA (CAtalyst Reducing ImmuNe Ageing) Network is a new collaborative network for researchers working on the immune system throughout the life course. 

STRAVINSKY stands for ‘Stratification of Clinically Vulnerable People for COVID-19 Risk Using Antibody Testing’.  It is a new NIHR-funded 2-year study which aims to establish if antibody testing can identify who remains at greatest risk of severe COVID-19 infection after vaccinations. 

The establishment of the National Core Studies (NCS) programme by the Government Office for Science in the summer of 2020, was structured to ensure critical questions concerning COVID-19 can be answered quickly and effectively.

The UK Coronavirus Immunology Consortium (UK-CIC) is a nationally targeted effort to understand the immunology of SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, and deliver real benefits to patients and public health at pace.