BactiVac Network Introductory Webinar

Tuesday 24 May 2022 (14:00-15:30)

Please contact Richard Brunt for more information

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The Medical Research Council -supported Bacterial Vaccines (BactiVac) Network is hosted at the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom) and led by Prof Cal MacLennan and Prof Adam Cunningham. Launched in August 2017, the vision of the Network is the facilitation of human and animal bacterial vaccine development focusing on diseases of global health significance. Our community of over 1,200 experts across 78 countries and from multiple disciplines, provides a forum to collaborate in overcoming the barriers that inhibit the development and delivery of new vaccines where they are most needed.

This webinar will provide an overview of the Network and will highlight the benefits and opportunities available to our members. You will also hear from members who have received funding from Bactivac and how this has supported their personal research careers.

 Join us for this free webinar to find out more about BactiVac and the benefits of membership to our Network!


Prof Adam Cunningham, BactiVac Network Co-Director, United Kingdom 

Dr Tatiana de Pinto, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) Brazil

Prof Constantino López-Macías, Mexican Social Security Institute, Mexico 

Dr Jo Dean, BactiVac Network, United Kingdom

Mrs Susan Pope, BactiVac Network, United Kingdom