- August 1996: Cel-Sci signs agreement with U.S. Navy on a malaria vaccine collaboration.
- October 1996: Cel-Sci and Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine sign an agreement to develop a herpes virus vaccine.
- January 1997: Cel-Sci receives a Maryland state grant to develop a test for tuberculosis.
- July 1997: Cel-Sci announces development of a potential AIDS vaccine for worldwide use.
- September 1997: Cel-Sci signs agreement with the National Cancer Institute to test a cancer immunotherapy for prostate and breast cancer.
- October 1997: Cel-Sci says LEAPS vaccine technology effective against multi-drug resistant tuberculosis.
- April 1998: Cel-Sci introduces LEAPS vaccine technology at a scientific conference.
- May 1998: Cel-Sci receives government grant for vaccine against herpes virus.
- July 1998: Cel-Sci receives more State of Maryland grant money for tuberculosis test.
- October 1998: Cel-Sci and University of Nebraska collaborate on HIV vaccine.
- Jan. 1999: State of Maryland funds Cel-Sci effort to develop tuberculosis vaccine.
- September 1999: Cel-Sci creates a separate company, MaxPharma, to develop the LEAPS. vaccine technology.
- November 1999: Cel-Sci collaborates with John Hopkins University on a vaccine for heart disease (myocarditis.)
- June 2000: Cel-Sci and the National Cancer Institute form collaboration to develop HIV vaccine.
- October 2001: Cel-Sci and BioMedex partner to develop rapid screening test for anthrax.
- December 2002: Cel-Sci signs agreement with University of Arkansas Medical Center to evaluate Cel-1000 against genital chlamydia.
- January 2003: Cel-Sci says Cel-1000 has potential as a broad bioterrorism vaccine.
- April 2003: Cel-Sci and Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine receive grant to develop Cel-1000 against viral encephalitis.
- April 2003: Cel-Sci receives grant from National Institutes of Health to develop vaccine treatment against heart disease.
- April 2003: Cel-Sci says Cel-1000 effective against virus that causes Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).
- June 2003: Cel-Sci says Cel-100 has potential as vaccine adjuvant.
- June 2003: Cel-Sci signs agreement with the U.S. Army and the National Institutes of Health to develop a vaccine against SARS, Smallpox, Vaccinia and West Nile Virus.
- April 2005: Cel-Sci says Cel-1000 effective against viral encephalitis.
- December 2005: Cel-Sci signs agreement with National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease to test Cel-1000 against avian flu virus.
- September 2008: Cel-Sci says new vaccine, Cel-2000, active against rheumatoid arthritis.
- April 2009: Cel-Sci says LEAPS vaccine technology shows potential as a treatment for H1N1 virus.
- November 2009: Cel-Sci and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine collaborate to test LEAPS -H1N1 vaccine as treatment against H1N1 flu.
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