Our Inaugural Annual Network Meeting will be held on 26 and 27 February 2018 at the University of Birmingham. The meeting will focus on sharing our vision, objectives and strategy and will provide our members with the opportunity to shape these further.
Nicolson Building, University of Birmingham, 58 Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2RT, UK
All delegate places at this event have now been booked. Please do look out for the announcement of our 2019 Network meeting!
The programme includes internationally renowned speakers on the following topics:
|The Role for Disease Epidemiology across the Vaccine Value Chain
||Professor Kate O’Brien
||Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
|An Overview on Shigella Vaccine Development
||Professor Dani Cohen
||Tel Aviv University
|Typhoid Challenge Model and SAGE Recommendation
||Professor Andrew Pollard
||University of Oxford
|Standardization of Biological Assays
||Professor Ian Feavers
||National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC)
|Vaccine Development – The Industry Perspective from a DCVM
||Dr Seanette Wilson
||The Biovac Institute
|From Genome-Based Antigen Discovery to Vaccine Design
||Dr Mariagrazia Pizza
|WHO, and Clinical and Regulatory Pathways to Vaccine Development
||Dr Birgitte Giersing
||World Health Organisation
The meeting is open to members only and will give invaluable opportunities for networking with other experts in the field of bacterial vaccine development and delivery. Apply for free membership.
Your registration fee covers:
- the cost of attending the two day event with lunch on both days
- attendance at the conference dinner on the evening of Monday 26 February 2018
- overnight accommodation for Monday 26 February 2018 (single occupancy bed and breakfast) - if requested at time of booking
All registration fees are subsided for members. There is no reduction in fee for less than full attendance.
Student/Research Fellow*/LMIC delegate**: £50
Standard delegate registration: £80
*Research Fellow: please use this category if you are an early career researcher who does not currently hold a substantive position within your organisation
**LMIC: please choose this category if you are based in an organisation within a country listed here
Your registration covers your accommodation costs (bed and breakfast single occupancy only) for the evening of Monday 26 February 2018 at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Birmingham City Centre (subject to availability). Should you require additional nights’ stay, the BactiVac Network Team will provide you with joining instructions giving information on options for your accommodation requirements. Book your place with us!
LMIC travel bursaries:
The BactiVac Network awards travel bursaries to LMIC delegates of up to £1,200 GBP each, to support travel costs of attending our Annual Network Meeting. Applications for bursaries to attend our Inaugural Meeting in February 2018 have now closed.
For any queries regarding this event or future bookings, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to become a member, please complete our online membership application form.