Jacqueline Miller | Vice President And Head, Clinical Randd
GSK Biologicals | United States

Jacqueline Miller, Vice President And Head, Clinical Randd, GSK Biologicals

Dr. Jacqueline Miller is currently the Head of Clinical R&D and Epidemiology at GlaxoSmithKline Vaccines’ US R&D Center in Rockville, Maryland.  After attending medical school at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, and subsequently training in pediatrics and pediatric nephrology at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, she has worked in the fields of vaccine clinical development and medical affairs for the past 18 years.  Currently, she leads a team of 35 physicians and scientists who conduct clinical research in support of GSK’s licensed Herpes Zoster and Influenza vaccines, as well as candidate vaccines against diseases including Respiratory Syncytial Virus and Cytomegalovirus.  This team leads the maternal immunization programs for GSK Vaccines, which will be the topic of her presentation.

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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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