Conference Dates

June 12 – 17, 2022


Vaccination is considered the most successful healthcare initiative in disease prevention, but achieving universal coverage is still beyond reach. According to the WHO, 19.4million did not receive routine life-saving vaccinations in 2018 – many of them children. To address this issue, research from both academia and industry partners are required to provide innovative solutions to problems in Global Health. This workshop will focus on the needs for the Global Health community and will be sub-divided into two sessions. The first session will provide examples of innovative solutions for persons in low and middle income countries, that seek to aid the development, distribution and uptake of vaccines in these very low cost markets. The second session will give contextual information of funding priorities and what funds are available to researchers interested in contributing to this valuable area.

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