Dr Hans Nauwynck | Professor
Gent University | Belgium

Dr Hans Nauwynck, Professor, Gent University

Hans Nauwynck is a DVM, who did his PhD and directly became nominated as professor at Ghent University in 1993. In 2004, he took the lead of the Laboratory of Virology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ghent University and became Diplomate at the European College of Pig Health Management. At present, he lectures several courses on viral diseases in mammals, fish and shellfish. His research focuses on cellular and molecular pathogenesis of viral diseases in man and animals, with special emphasis on (i) the entry of the virus in its host cell, (ii) the invasion of the virus in its host through barriers, via leukocytes and along neurons and (iii) the escape of the virus from immunity. Better insights lead to research-driven development of new generation treatments and vaccines. He is (co-)author of 365 peer reviewed papers, past promoter of 71 PhDs, owner of several patents and founder of two spin-offs (Imaqua & Pathosense). He is a regular invited speaker at international congresses.

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Oct 28th Pre-Congress Workshops @ 14:00

Workshop C: Active & passive immunity: How do we induce maternal immunisation in human and animals?

Maternal immunity plays a pivotal role in human & animal health, but what do we understand?Is the veterinary vaccine industry more advanced than human? What can we learn from each other to move the field forward?

Placental antibody transfer: protecting infants against respiratory diseases Where are we with respiratory vaccines and maternal immunity?Protection of neonates and infants by maternal immunizationColostral and lactogenic immunity against viral diseases in pigs - how to protect the offspring by immunisation of the motherTransfer of maternal immunity from a swine perspective
last published: 16/Sep/19 14:05 GMT

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