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BactiVac is a global bacterial vaccinology network bringing together members based in academic, industry and policy sectors to accelerate the development of vaccines against bacterial infections relevant to low and middle-income countries (LMICs). The BactiVac Network will deliver this through catalyst project and training awards to encourage cross-collaboration between academic and industrial partners in developed and developing nations.
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Join our international bacterial vaccinology community
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Available to LMIC Network Members
One-day Workshop will be held on 19 March 2019
BactiVac: Supporting the study, development and implementation of bacterial vaccines
The BactiVac Network: one year on
Opportunities available through the BactiVac Network
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Posted 09 October 2018
A report commissioned by the Wellcome Trust and produced by the Boston Consulting Group has been published which assesses the opportunities and challenges for developing vaccines to combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
Posted 14 August 2018
The BactiVac Network is marking its first year of connecting scientists, clinicians, industry and policy makers across the world.
Posted 26 July 2018
Professor Adam Cunningham, Co-Director of the BactiVac Network, was recently asked to externally review a briefing document issued by the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) that describes the potential for immunisation as a strategy to tackle antimicrobial resistance.
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