World Vaccine Day is a "distributed event", with activities distributed throughout the world which have been organized by small, medium or large-sized teams. To the extent these events have been made available to us, we have placed them here on the web site for all to enjoy and participate.
In solidarity with World Vaccine Day, US Biologic a leading global entity in the development, commercialization, and distribution of orally delivered vaccines, announces USDA Conditional Licensure of its novel oral vaccine against the wildlife spread of Borrelia burgdorferi, the bacterium responsible for Lyme disease, the number one vector-borne disease in the U.S.
The only known vector is the blacklegged tick, which is infected primarily by feeding on small wildlife mammals, particularly white-footed mice. The vaccine, called “Borrelia Burgdorferi Bacterin,” is spray-coated onto pellets that the mice consume.
Check out the details on the Press Release!
In solidarity with World Vaccine Day, AHRO Webinars bring to you an exciting session presented by two research specialists- Prof Abubakar Yaro and Prof Ashok Rattan where they will be discussing the past, present and future direction of the HIV vaccine.
Event Date: Thursday, 18 May 2023
So ensure you book your free spot by registering to https://hivaidsvaccine.eventbrite.co.uk
Nagase and Hayashibara of Germany and Japan
celebrate World Vaccine Day
Hayashibara carbohydrates and dyes are widely used as active pharmaceutical ingredients or excipients for infusion, tablets and capsules.
Hayashibara’s technologies in microorganisms and enzymes, nurtured by accumulated knowledge and experience, create unique functional carbohydrates and dyes for use as active pharmaceutical ingredients or excipients. TREHALOSE SG is used as a stabilizer of cells and proteins.
The products can be used in a variety of applications including cryo-protection of frozen cells during storage and vaccine adjuvants in the field of regenerative medicine. Adjuvant is a substance that increases or modulates the immune response to a vaccine.
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May 22-24, 2023
Make sure you are at the forefront of the vaccine industry. No matter where your interest lies, we have content, networking, and potential partners for you.
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October 18-19, 2023
Sheraton Boston Hotel
Join us at the World Drug Safety Congress Americas, where we are proud to introduce our NEW Vaccine Safety Track this year. This track is designed to bring together leading experts in the field of vaccine safety to discuss the latest development and innovations in pharmacovigilance.
The World Drug Safety Congress Americas will bring together 1300+ pharmacovigilance safety experts in pharma and biotech, academia, government, regulators, and vendors to discuss the key challenges they are facing in the PV world.
View the agenda: https://bit.ly/3VS5gY5
Disease Prevention & Control Summit celebrates World Vaccine Day with Vaccine Development & Manufacturing Track
September 7-8, 2023
Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA
Join us at the Disease Prevention & Control Summit this fall, where our Vaccine Development and Manufacturing track will be featured. This track is designed to bring together leading experts in the field of vaccine development to combat future pandemics, discuss the role of vaccines against emerging outbreaks, and dive into the latest development and innovations in the vaccine R&D space.
The Disease Prevention & Control Summit will bring together hundreds of disease prevention experts in pharma and biotech, academia, government, regulators, and vendors to make great strides towards preventing and combating infectious disease outbreaks of today and tomorrow.
View the agenda: https://bit.ly/44SMaoP
General Manager, Dr Fejiro Chinye-Nwoko marked World Vaccine Day in a short celebratory video. The Nigerian Solidarity Support Fund is committed to expanding access to vaccines in Nigeria and building community confidence in vaccines.
Their mission is to ensure that everyone has access to life-saving vaccines, regardless of their location or economic status; minimizing outbreaks and improving economic outcomes.
Comments by Brian Dean Abramson in commemoration of World Vaccine Day.
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Adjunct Professor of Vaccine Law - Florida International University - College of Law
Chair of the National Vaccine Law Conference
Watch VIP's from US Biologic talk about vaccines, oral vaccines, human health and animal vectors.
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Watch Dr. Navneet Bichha in a Panel Discussion
Passionate in Vaccine Development and Strengthening Childhood Immunization
Moderator is Dr. Aditi Bakshi from India
Immunization has been his passion over the years and has most recently participated with the community health centers in Rajasthan under the National Health Mission Program of India. He advocates to make vaccination possible for every child and to reduce zero dose situations and missed opportunities for vaccination.
In this video he discusses conjugate vaccines and successes. A conjugate vaccine is a type of subunit vaccine which combines a weak antigen with a strong antigen as a carrier so that the immune system has a stronger response to the weak antigen.
On estime que la rage tue environ 1 personne toutes les 9 minutes de par le monde. En Tunisie, elle est enzootique malgré le fait que la vaccination antirabique, la sérothérapie et la prise en charge des personnes exposés sont gratuites. Le vaccin est quasiment 100% efficace lorsqu’administré à temps. Il est impératif de se rendre aux centres de soins spécialisés lors de morsure, griffure ou même léchage par n’importe quel mammifère. Vacciner les animaux, (toutes espèces mammifères confondues), et surtout, le chien qui constitue le réservoir viral. En vaccinant 70% de la population canine, on peut arriver à éradiquer la rage.
Here is a list of Activities designed to Inspire and create Awareness...
May 14th is the big day!
Like Earth Day, World Vaccine Day is NOT a government holiday but instead is a global initiative to highlight the benefits of vaccines and the people who make it happen.
Here are just a few suggestions about activities to recognize World Vaccine Day in your business, workplace, association, university, school or hometown.
There are so many ways to celebrate. Share your ideas with us, we'd be glad to hear!
Time CET Topic Presenter
1:00pm Opening: GHP website Prof. Dr. Heinz Josef-Schmitt Mainz, Germany
1:05pm COVID Summary (45 mins) Prof. Robert Booy Sydney, Australia
1:50pm Measles Elimination Prof. Heikki Peltola Helsinki, Finland
2:20pm NITAGs: A global View Prof. Dr. Heinz Josef-Schmitt Mainz, Germany
2:50pm Organizing Vaccine Services Dr. Yauba Saidu Cameroon
3:20pm Summary and Conclusion Prof. Dr. Heinz Josef-Schmitt Mainz, Germany
Time CET Topic Presenter
3:25pm Introduction Prof. Dr. Heinz Josef-Schmitt Mainz, Germany
3:30pm Vaccination in Belarus Prof. Igor Stoma
3:40pm Vaccination in Cameroon Dr. Yauba Saidu
3:50pm Vaccination in Iran Dr. Mohammad (Daniel) Nikdel
3:55pm Vaccination in Kenya Ahmed Adam
4:10pm Vaccination in Ukraine Khrystyna Hrynkevych
4:20pm Vaccination in Netherlands Justin Vincent Go Tan
4:30pm Vaccination in India Akshayata Naidu
4:45pm Vaccination in The U.S.A. Dr. Simone Müschenborn-Koglin
5:00pm Summary and Closing Prof. Dr. Heinz Josef-Schmitt
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