Breast milk, infant microbiome and responses to oral rotavirus vaccine in multiple geographic locations

Characterization of the breast milk, infant oral and gut microbiomes in multiple geographic locations; role in immune development and response to oral rotavirus vaccine
We are studying how responses to the rotavirus vaccine are influenced by infant nutrition and other exposures in different areas of the world. The information we get from this study may help us to understand how to best protect infants from rotavirus and other infections.
CHLA IRB Number
CHLA-16-00229
Study Type
Observational
Eligibility
Healthy mothers 18 years of age and older and their healthy infants up to 2 months old scheduled to receive the rotavirus vaccine as part of their routine vaccination schedule
Enrollment Status
Closed
Does this study also recruit healthy volunteers?
No
Coordinator Contact
Wendy Cheng
Contact Email
wcheng@chla.usc.edu
Coordinator Contact
Adrinna Sainz
Contact Email
asainz@chla.usc.edu