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29th April 2015

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Veterinary Vaccinology Network Newsletter

Early Career Vaccinologist Journal Club


Paper to be discussed at the next Early Career Vaccinologist Journal Club: If you are interested in being a part of this online virtual-led journal club or future sessions please email enquiries@vetvaccnet.ac.uk for further details

Remembering Professor Paul-Pierre Pastoret....

Professor Pastoret was an international figure in the veterinary science field who sadly passed away on 19 April 2015. His development of the recombinant vaccinia-rabies vectored vaccines used for the oral vaccination of wildlife played a major role in the elimination of terrestrial rabies across many Western European Countries and in the United states.

The development and use of a vaccinia-rabies recombinant oral vaccine for the control of wildlife rabies: a link between Jenner and Pasteur

Emerging diseases, zoonoses and vaccines to control them

Papers of Interest

A bovine respiratory syncytial virus model with high clinical expression in calves with specific passive immunity
Vaccination of grazing calves with antigens from the intestinal membranes of Haemonchus contortus: effects against natural challenge with Haemonchus placei and Haemonchus similis
TGF-Beta superfamily members from the helminth Fasciola hepatica show intrinsic effects on viability and development
An infected chicken kidney cell co-culture ELISpot for enhanced detection of T cell responses to avian influenza and vaccination
Randomized controlled field trial to assess the immunogenicity and safety of rift valley fever clone 13 vaccine in livestock

Do you have a recent published paper that may be of interest to Network Members? Please email to enquiries@vetvaccnet.ac.uk

Events

International PRRS Congress - June 3 - 5 2015

Xth International Congress ESVV 2015 for Veterinary Virology - August 31st - September 2015

Funding Opportunities
 
Tacking AMR Theme 2: Accelerating therapeutic and diagnostic development
This is a broad theme encompassing the development, scale up and manufacture of new human and animal therapies and diagnostics required to better target both new and existing therapies, and to monitor bacterial pathogen spread

Innovate UK and EPSRC Funding Call: Creating smart products from smart materials
Collaborative research and development (R&D) projects to encourage the development of smart products that use a combination of functional, hybrid and multiple materials. 


Early and Late-stage awards for Agri-Tech Catalyst 
Helping to commercialise UK agricultural innovation

Bulletin Board

This is a new designated area of the website where emailed in questions regarding funding, advice and potential collaborations can be posted for members of the network to respond to if of interest.
 Please email enquiries@vetvaccnet.ac.uk if you wish to post a question

Veterinary Vaccinology Focused Workshops

Interested in holding a workshop with a specific veterinary vaccinology focus?

Please email enquiries@vetvaccnet.ac.uk with a one page proposal including description and approximate costings for the workshop.

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