Clinical Trials Center

CTC volunteer receiving injection from uniformed doctor

The Clinical Trials Center (CTC) was established as a clinical research unit in early 1992 to support Army and Navy investigators in their mission to develop new vaccines, drugs, and diagnostic systems to meet high-priority Department of Defense and national security needs. As part of the WRAIR team, the CTC is fully integrated within a network designed to bring products to market with an average of 5-10 new studies each year.

Since its inception, the CTC has conducted over 150 clinical trials of drugs and vaccines for a variety of infectious diseases, including Ebola, Japanese encephalitis, Zika, HIV and many others. For more information about the CTC or an ongoing study, please visit the WRAIR-CTC website.

Learn more here about holding a clinical trial at WRAIR or WRAIR's network of affiliated laboratories around the world or contact us!