Current Studies

Thank you for your interest in clinical research.

Below are links to our current studies that need volunteer participants. If you are interested in volunteering for a current study, or if you would like to be on our contact list for future studies, please contact ccfv@iwk.nshealth.ca or call 902-470-8141. Participants are compensated.

Controlled Human Infection Model (pertussis)

Participants needed:

CCfV is looking for healthy adult volunteers to participate in Canada’s first human challenge trial to better understand pertussis (whooping cough)

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COVAC COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Dose Study for Healthy Adults

Participants needed:

A Phase 1/2 Clinical Trial to Study the Safety, Tolerability, and Immunogenicity of a COVAC-2… Read More»

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MOSAIC: 2 Mix and Match COVID-19 Vaccines + Boosters

Participants needed: Ages 30+

MOSAIC-2 will evaluate a third (3rd) dose of an authorized COVID-19 vaccine in adults (booster shots). You do not need to have participated in MOSAIC-1 to join MOSAIC-2. If you were in MOSAIC-1 you can join MOSAIC-2.

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KidCOVE COVID-19 Study

Participants needed: <2 years

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VISID

Participants needed:

COVID-19 Vaccine Immunogenicity and Safety in Immunodeficient Patients – VISID study

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MATISSE Maternal Vaccine Study

Participants needed: Women between 18-49

Participants needed: Women aged 18-49

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Canadian COVID-19 Cohort Study (CCS):  Study of the epidemiology of COVID-19 in Canadian healthcare workers

Participants needed: NS Health Staff

This study is available entirely online. For further information visit: www.tibdn.ca/covid-19/ns

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Canadian National Vaccine Safety Network (CANVAS) COVID-19 Safety Surveillance

Participants needed: 5 to 19-years-old

Visit canvas-covid.ca for full study information and enrolment. About the CANVAS-COVID Study Why: The purpose of this study… Read More»

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