This international live streamed event will discuss new cellular, molecular and chemical approaches to improving immunisation efficacy.
Vaccine Antigen Delivery has an open abstract session:
Abstracts can be submitted on any subject related to Vaccines and Vaccination
- The Deadline for abstract submissions for oral presentation is 10th July 2016
- The early registration deadline is 20th August 2016
- The Poster submission deadline is 11th October 2016
Who Should Attend: This event is aimed at those working in all aspects of vaccine research and development, including but not limited to those involved in academic and pharmaceutical R&D, and clinicians with an interest in vaccination.
We encourage questions, discussion and debate from all attendees and aim for a relaxed atmosphere to generate maximum interaction online
After registration you will be connected to an online networking site where you will be able to have discussions with all participants of this event, before, during and after the meeting.
The event will be recorded and available for all registered delegates up to a month after the event. So if you can’t manage all the days, or the different time zones, you can still have access to the full event.
Invited speakers and talk titles include
|Vaccine adjuvants; the good, the bad and the ugly||Professor Nikolai Petrovsky||Flinders University||Australia|
|Lentiviral pseudotypes as a tool for vaccine efficacy testing||George Carnell||Universities of Greenwich and Kent||United Kingdom|
|ARV-derived IC-Tagging methodology for production of epitope-loaded protein microspheres for adjuvant-free vaccination||Dr. Jose Martinez Costas||Universidad de Santiago de Compostela||Spain|
|Design of Microneedles Formulations for Vaccine Delivery||Dr. Abina Crean||University College Cork||Ireland|
|Towards development of more effective vaccines: new generation of potent adjuvants with antigen delivery ability.||Dr. Ilona Kubajewska||UCL School of Pharmacy, London||United Kingdom|
|Influenza antigen delivery using protein transfer modied VLPs||Dr. Periasamy Selvaraj||Emory University School of Medicine||United States|
|Talk title to be confirmed||Lakshmi Krishnan||National Research Council of Canada-Human Health Therapeutics||Canada|
|Genetics epigenetics and vaccine protective efficacy||Dr. Huanmin Zhang||USDA, Agriculture Research Service||United States|
|Micro-fractional delivery of powdered vaccines into the skin||Associate Professor Mei X. Wu, Wellman||Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School||United States|
|Ebola vaccines: past, present and future||Dr Edward Wright||University of Westminster||United Kingdom|
|Engineered nanomedicine for cancer immunotherapy||Dr. James J. Moon||University of Michigan, Ann Arbor||United States|
|Exploiting materials chemistry for tuneable vaccine formulations||Dr. Gareth R Williams||UCL School of Pharmacy||United Kingdom|
|The March Toward Licensure and Deployment of a PfSPZ Malaria Vaccine||Dr. Stephen L. Hoffman||Sanaria Inc., Rockville||United States|
|Multi-tasking influenza vaccines to provide rapide innate and subsequent long-term adpative immunity against influenza and secondary pneumococcal infections||Dr. Brendon Yew Loong Chua||The University of Melbourne||Australia|
|Talk title to be confirmed||Professor Nirbhay Kumar, PhD, FASTMH, William G. Vincent Endowed Professor||Tulane University||United States|
A Euroscicon live streamed event gives you access to a wider range of international speakers at a fraction of the cost of a real world event. Furthermore, you no longer have to worry about travel or accommodation expenses, or any arrangements you have which clash with our events.
Advisory Board Members
|Dr Gary R McLean||Imperial College London||United Kingdom|
|Dr Jonathan Lewis||Molecular Ninja Therapeutics||United States|
|Dr Simon Scott||University of Kent||United Kingdom|
|Dr Beata Gromadzka||University of Gdansk||Poland|
|Dr Kathleen L. Hefferon||University of Toronto||Canada|
|Credits from The Institute of Biomedical Science (code)||Approved by the Royal Society of Biology for purposes of CPD|
|18(MD065N16)||This event may be counted as 54 CPD credits|