Consortium of Scientists for Pandemic Preparedness
Assembling ecosystem resources to proactively prepare for future pandemics.
A collection of thought leaders, innovators, and practitioners advancing the field of pandemic preparedness research
The Consortium of Scientists for Pandemic Preparedness (CSPP) seeks to decrease the impact of future pandemics by addressing current challenges to ensure the appropriate therapeutic, diagnostic, and vaccine products are considered.
Public Health and Epidemiology
Sources of viral threats, host-to human transmission, communication among government, NGO, academic, and industrial key opinion leaders
Areas include structural biology, immunology and immune programming, medicinal chemistry/chemical biology.
Coordination of medical and clinical data into interoperable platforms, data analytics and machine learning, biosimulations.
Clinical Science and Product Development
Therapeutics: small molecules and antibodies, combination products, repurposed drugs, etc.
Diagnostics: rapid and cost-effective infection detection
Vaccines: robust prophylactics and pan-vaccines for virus families
Teaching and Training
Programs to develop scientists and technicians at all levels (i.e., undergraduate to post-doctoral) and can range from introductory exposure to research methods to independent study.