Our work in vaccines focuses on making certain diseases a thing of the past.
Vaccines are one of the greatest public health success stories in history
Without vaccines, the world would have lost more sons, daughters, moms and grandpas — more future teachers, builders, doctors and inventors — more people than an entire country the size of the U.S.
Our work in vaccines
Experience in vaccines
We've been discovering, developing and delivering vaccines to help prevent disease around the world for over 100 years.
It is no secret that inventing and developing vaccines is complex, time intensive and carries no guarantees.
To keep pace with the ever-evolving disease landscape, we continue to research candidates to address significant unmet needs.
Collaboration and progress in vaccines
It takes active collaboration by our teams who partner with governments, academic researchers and non-government organizations around the world.
Our work in researching and producing vaccines is guided by science and fueled by human need.
Programs in vaccines
Inspired by the rich legacy and innovative spirit of the long-time scientist, Dr. Maurice Hilleman, we are proud to be engaging with the global health community through the MSD-Wellcome Trust Hilleman Laboratories. The mission of the Laboratories is to pursue innovation in vaccine science and technology that helps make access to vaccines more affordable and equitable in lower-income markets.
There are many aspects of our work in vaccines
Sharing our stories is a privilege. Let’s keep inspiring each other until these global health challenges become a thing of the past.
This scientist helps translate inventions into vaccines to protect public health
Beth-Ann Coller, executive director, global clinical development, knows how disease outbreaks underscore the importance of vaccines
How vaccines can help prevent certain infectious diseases
By following recommended vaccination schedules, you can help protect yourself and loved ones from vaccine preventable diseases
Our commitment is unwavering
As long as there are people still in hospitals, doctors desperate to add years to their lives, preventable diseases that threaten people’s health, we will be here: fighting with all we have to deliver more, sooner.