Vaccine symposium: Vaccines at different levels of complexity from subunit to whole cell formulations
About this event
- Nov 15, 2017
Vaccination is the most successful strategy to reduce morbidity and mortality caused by infectious diseases worldwide. Novel technologies, contributing to advanced production methods and improved antigen formulation and delivery systems, determine for a large part the success of vaccine development. This symposium will bring scientists from different disciplines, from both academia and industry, together to share ideas on the impact of innovative vaccine formulation and delivery. The event will include keynote presentations from worldwide experts together with short talks of selected participants.
The symposium is organized by the MycoSynVac Consortium together with the Radboud University Medical Center (Radboudumc).
- subunit vaccines: Kingston Mills (Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, UK)
- whole cell and live (vector) vaccines: Venugopal Nair (The Pirbright Institute, Pirbright, UK)
- non-specific effects of whole cell and subunit vaccines: Mihai Netea(Nijmegen Medical Cente, Nijmegen, Netherlands)
- particle vaccines: Andrea Wolf (Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, USA)
For more information and registration, please visit this website.