i-Vaccines-2021-Conference

International Vaccines and Virology Conference

Date/Time
Date(s) - Oct 14, 2021 - Oct 15, 2021
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Contact
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E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: https://www.ivaccinesconference.com/

Categories


The International Vaccines and Virology Conference welcomes you to London during October 14-15, 2021 to share your research findings, promote knowledge exchange, and network with a broad audience in the field of microbiology and immunology.

The i-Vaccines Operating Committee invites the submission of abstracts covering a broad range of cross-cutting topics, including Vaccines, and Gene Therapy, Viral Oncogenesis, Advances in Viral diagnostics, Clinical Trials, Coronavirus Disease, COVID-19 Vaccines, Antiviral therapy, Cancer Vaccines and Immunotherapy, Hepatitis viruses, HIV, etc for information exchange and a fertile ground for the establishment and encouraging multidisciplinary collaborative studies.

Conference Sessions

• Recent Research and Development
• Disease-specific Vaccines
• Coronavirus Disease
• Covid19 Vaccine
• Cancer Vaccines and Immunotherapy
• Virology
• HIV Research
• Vaccines in Specific
• Novel Vaccine Delivery Methods
• Clinical Trials
• Viral Genetics and Evolution
• Viral Infections and therapy
• Vaccines Safety and Ethics

Who Attends

• Researchers, Scientist
• Microbiologists and Immunologists
• Healthcare Professionals
• Associations and Societies
• Academia: Professors and Students
• Policymakers, Influencers
• Healthcare Investors
• Business Professionals and Representatives
• Software for Health industry & management
• Key Decision Makers, Government Heads & Officials

Why i-Vaccines 2021

• Sharing Knowledge with the Industry
• Explore Future Business Opportunities
• Meet and collaborate with Pioneers in Health Sector
• Share your Products and Services with Professionals
• Get the latest updates from experts to Keeping Up-to-date With Trends
• Increase your knowledge base & Learn about new technology
• Environment for Inspiration in Virology and Vaccine Research