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Presentations

Day 1 – Principles of Vaccinology

“Introduction to human and veterinary vaccinology”, Prof Adrian Hill, Jenner Institute, UK

“Human vaccine requirements in South East Asia”, Dr Anh Wartel, International Vaccine Institute, South Korea

 “Veterinary Vaccine requirements in South East Asia”, Dr Ian Dacre, UN  FAO-ECTAD-RAP, Thailand

“Vaccine immunology”, Dr Timothy Connelley, Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh, UK

“The human vaccine development pathway – an industry perspective”, Dr Sit Thirapakpoomanunt, GPO-Mérieux, Thailand

 “Technologies in vaccine development”, Prof Bryan Charleston, Pirbright Institute, UK

“Development of next-generation platforms for the production of biotherapeutics and animal vaccines in E. coli”, Prof Colin Robinson,University of Kent, UK

“Development of subunit vaccines to combat Porcine Circovirus infections, and role of a UK-Thai consortium funded by the GCRF programme”, Dr Peera Jaru-Ampornpan, Thai National Center for Genetic Engineering, Thailand

 

Day 2 – Vaccine Technologies and Development

“The veterinary vaccine development pathway – an industry perspective”, Dr Gwenaelle Dauphin, Ceva Animal Health, France

“Vaccine delivery systems”, Prof Sarah Gilbert, Jenner Institute, UK

 “Adjuvants”, Dr Anita Milicic, Jenner Institute, UK

“Immunogenicity and correlates of protection”, Prof Adrian Hill, Jenner Institute, UK

“Monitoring immune response: i) B-cells”, Dr Danika Hill, Babraham Institute, UK

“Monitoring immune response: ii) T-cells”, Dr Timothy Connelley, Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh, UK

“Polio eradication”, Prof David Salisbury, Centre for Global Health Security, UK

“Malaria vaccines”, Prof Adrian Hill, Jenner Institute, UK

 

Day 3 – Major Vaccine Targets

“Enteric bacterial diseases”, Prof Stephen Baker, Wellcome Trust Centre, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

“Novel Foot-and mouth-disease vaccines”, Prof Bryan Charleston, Pirbright Institute, UK 

“Tuberculosis”, Prof Helen Fletcher, LSHTM, UK

“Melioidosis Vaccines”, Prof Susanna Dunachie, Oxford University, UK

“Rabies vaccine requirements in South East Asia”, Dr Ian Dacre, UN  FAO-ECTAD-RAP, Thailand

“Antimicrobial resistance in enteric pathogens”, Prof Stephen Baker, Wellcome Trust Centre, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

“Regulatory and ethical issues”, Dr Anh Wartel, International Vaccine Institute, South Korea

 

Day 4 – Vaccine field trials and deployment in developing countries

“Phase 1 trials: first-in-man”, Prof Helen Fletcher, LSHTM, UK

“Epidemiology and vaccine trial design”, Dr Lorenz von Seidlein, Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU), Thailand

“Good clinical practice and safety, QC and QA”, Dr Susan Tonks, Oxford Vaccine Group, UK

“Statistical analysis of vaccine trials”, Dr Mavuto Mukaka, MORU, Thailand

“Human vaccine trials in developing countries”, Dr Jacqueline Deen, University of the Philippines, Philippines

“Veterinary vaccine trials”, Dr Georgina Limon-Vega, Pirbright Institute, UK

“Vaccine security in ASEAN countries”, Dr Charung Muangchana, National Vaccine Institute, Thailand

 

Day 5 – Influenza as a case study of vaccine deign and use

“Influenza vaccines and immunology”, Prof Sarah Gilbert, Jenner Institute, UK

“The role of the animal health sector in pandemic preparedness for influenza A”, Dr Filip Claes, UN  FAO-ECTAD-RAP, Thailand

 

 

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