21st January 2015

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UK Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference 2015

The 1st UK Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference

Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference Speakers

Professor Brian Perry - University of Oxford, Edinburgh and Pretoria
A Veterinarian and International Development Scientist, Professor Perry's expertise lie in epidemiology, dynamics and economic impact of livestock diseases.

'Livestock vaccines in sustainable livestock development and health in developing countries'

Professor Rob Beynon - University of Liverpool
Professor Beynon's research interests lie in proteome quantification and the understanding of proteome dynamics on a global, proteome wide scale and the development of relevant methods in animal and complex system.

'Creating a technology pipeline to support veterinary vaccine development'

Professor Sarah Gilbert - University of Oxford
Professor Gilbert's research focuses on improving viral vectored vaccines to induce both B and T cell responses. Research includes using replication-deficient adenovirus and poxvirus vectored vaccines.

'Viral Vectors in Veterinary Vaccinology'

Professor Jason McLellan - Dartmouth Medical School
Professor McLellan's research seeks to translate structural and mechanisitic information on host-pathogen interactions into preventative and therapeutic treatments for infectious diseases.

'Structural Based Vaccine Design'

Please see here for details of the conference programme including a list of all speakers

The 1st UK Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference

 Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference Programme 

16th - 17th February 2015
Hosted at The Birmingham ICC

Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference Themes:
 Epidemiology and Economics
Novel Tools and Technologies
Protective Immunity
Immunogen Design

The 1st Veterinary Vaccinology Network  Conference is a two-day event, bringing established scientists, those that work in industry and policymakers together to discuss Veterinary Vaccinology.

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Veterinary Vaccinology Focused Workshops

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

Attend the Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference to network with other researchers, discuss ideas and talk to the Veterinary Vaccinology Network Steering Committee about hosting a focused workshop in your area.

Funding Oppertunities

Round 4 of the £70m Agri-Tech Catalyst now open
BBSRC and Innovative UK funding to businesses and researchers to develop solutions to challenges in Agri-Sector

MRC PhD Studentships in Vaccine Research at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

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