Anuradha Gupta | President of Global Immunization
Sabin Vaccine Institute

Anuradha Gupta, President of Global Immunization, Sabin Vaccine Institute

Anuradha Gupta is the President of Global Immunization at the Sabin Vaccine Institute. A veteran public health leader, Ms. Gupta has in her previous roles spearheaded a host of successful global initiatives to improve the health of women and children and harness the full power of vaccines. Her work has created profound impact at a global scale, saving and improving millions of lives. Prior to Sabin, Ms. Gupta spent several years at Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, as its deputy CEO, where she pioneered the concept of zero-dose children – focusing on children who have not received even a single dose of the most basic vaccines. She also led efforts to roll out a new framework for a country-centric engagement immunization strategy with remarkable success. Before her time at Gavi, Anuradha served as Mission Director of the National Health Mission of India, where she ran the largest public health program in the world and played a leading role in the country’s efforts to eradicate polio, reduce maternal and child mortality, and revitalize primary health care. Anuradha holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Wollongong in Australia and received executive education from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University


Pre-Congress Workshops - Monday 1st April @ 14:00

Achieving the WHO Cervical Cancer Elimination Goal: Why Partnerships Matter

This session will highlight the importance of innovation in driving progress towards the WHO’s elimination targets, and how partnerships between industry and other multi-sectoral partners working towards achieving cervical cancer elimination has helped accelerate progress towards

Day 1 - Tuesday 2nd April @ 08:45

Opening Keynote Address: Female pioneers in developing and implementing lifesaving vaccines

  • The journey of turning mRNA and protein based vaccines into life-saving vaccines – what else can they do for us in future?
  • How do we identify and nurture the next platform that could save more lives and prevent the next pandemic?
  • How will government agencies become more nimble and improve its communications with the public?
  • How do we ensure more female leadership and diversity in public health?

Day 3 - Thursday 4th April @ 15:20

A World Without Cervical Cancer: How The Power of Vaccines Can Help Achieve This Goal?

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