Now in its 6th year the World Veterinary Vaccine Congress continues to bring experts from the global animal health industry to discuss scientific, regulatory and commercial issues affecting the veterinary biologics sector.
The four-day event will feature workshops, presentations, roundtable discussions and panels on:
• Funding & Investment for Animal Health
• One Health
• Veterinary Immunology
• Vaccine Technology
• Vaccine Delivery
• Biotherapeutics for Companion Animal Diseases
Co-located with the World Vaccine Congress Europe, we have over 20 years’ experience in the human and veterinary biologics industry. This holistic approach between human and vet, helps accelerate research & development and collaboration in key areas such as; Innovation, Zoonotic & Transboundary Diseases, Technology Platforms, Vaccines, Clinical Models, Adjuvants & Immunotherapy.
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The World Vaccine Congress Europe & it's co-conferences has gone from strength to strength and has experienced fantastic growth. 2020 will be an unmissable edition where 800+ industry professionals will join us in Barcelona.
Threatened by infectious diseases and the unknown, it’s more important than ever to unite every stakeholder from policy makers in government, HTA/payers, healthcare professionals, academic scientists to manufacturers and new SMEs to challenge the existing vaccine lifecycle model, at the biggest and most established European vaccine meeting.
It is imperative for synergy between human and animal health to combat emerging zoonotic & transboundary diseases. The One Health holistic approach helps accelerate research & development and collaboration between human and animal health in key areas such as; Innovation, Zoonotic & Transboundary Diseases, Technology Platforms, Vaccines, Clinical Models, Adjuvants & Immunotherapy.
There is significant crossover between infectious disease and cancer when it comes to immune characterisation, interplay with T/B cells, multifaceted technology platforms, vaccine & antibody design. Join us as we discuss the importance of a united approach to advance infectious disease & cancer treatment. Regardless of whether your concerns are with the aging population, the young or the neglected, we cover such a broad scope of topics and diseases at such depth, that you’ll leave satisfied that you spent an incredibly productive few days with us.