11th Vaccines Research and Development: All Things Considered
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GTC is proud to present its
12th Vaccines Research & Development: All
Things Considered Conference, to be held in Boston, MA on July
9-11, 2014. This conference continues a
tradition of presenting valuable updates and exposure to all aspects of vaccine
development, including research, product design considerations / specifications,
manufacturing, regulations, investment, and policy, in a comfortable,
interactive and friendly setting. It brings together the leaders in vaccinology
from industry, academia, and the government for practical discussions of the
future of our discipline.
Development of new vaccines truly requires a consideration of many things. We
examine vaccine development from basic research to marketing. We bring together
the people who make the discoveries, make the decisions, fund the work and
license the vaccines and foster their interaction with the attendees to share
their perspectives of the vaccine industry. The latest information on the new
malaria, HIV, tumor, and therapeutic vaccines, DNA vaccines, RNA vaccines, adjuvants,
mucosal and other delivery mechanisms will be presented, as will updates on
governmental priorities, funding and partnership opportunities.
The 12th Vaccines Research & Development: All Things Considered
conference is part of our
Infectious Diseases World Summit 2014 and will be held
concurrently with two other tracks which are:
3rd Influenza Research & Development
11th Anti-Infectives Partnering
We look forward to seeing you in Boston!
The 2014 Advisory Committee
2014 SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD|
University of Texas
U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases
United States Agency for International Development
University of Pennsylvania
What past delegates said about the event:
"It was excellent to see Global Health as a featured tract at the GTCbio
Conference this year. The meeting was an outstanding opportunity to review many
of the most current technology platforms and product development initiatives
being used to address many of the infectious diseases that impact the developing
countries the most . It was also a welcome opportunity to spend time with many
of the industry, government and NGO stakeholders committed this important area
- Kim Bush, Director, Life Sciences Partnerships, Global Health Program, Bill &
Melinda Gates Foundation
“The GTC 11th Vaccines Research and Development: All Things Considered
conference was both an informative and highly interactive providing updates on
the latest vaccine technologies and information on the status of new or improved
- Jay t. Evans, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, GSK Vaccines.
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