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POSTPONED: International Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference 2020

The Melia Hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam
Monday, 12 October, 2020 - 00:00 to Wednesday, 14 October, 2020 - 00:00

COVID-19 Update: This event has now been postponed until later in 2020 due to ongoing uncertainty around the COVID-19 outbreak.

The conference has been provisionally rescheduled for 12-14 October 2020 at the same venue (the Meliá hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam). Members will be notified be email when registration opens.

The International Veterinary Vaccinology Network (IVVN) is hosted in partnership with CIRAD and the National Institute of Veterinary Research.

This three-day event will build on the success of the inaugural IVVN conference in Nairobi, Kenya in March 2018 and the UK & International Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference in London, UK in January 2019. IVVN annual conferences are an excellent opportunity for the global veterinary vaccinology community to meet, and establish novel, international collaborations that are required to develop vaccines for livestock and zoonotic diseases of importance in low-and-middle income countries.

The International Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference 2020 will consist of four species-specific themes:

  • Vaccines for Poultry: co-hosted by One Health Poultry Hub and chaired by Prof. Fiona Tomley (Royal Veterinary College, UK)
  • Vaccines for Aquaculture: chaired by Prof. Sandra Adams (University of Stirling, UK)
  • Vaccines for Ruminants: chaired by Prof. Bryan Charleston (The Pirbright Institute, UK)
  • Vaccines for Swine: chaired by Dr. Simon Graham (The Pirbright Institute, UK) 

Each session will be composed of presentations from invited speakers and selected talks from abstract submissions. There will also be a poster session, social afternoon and plenty of networking opportunities. As with previous IVVN conferences, the IVVN will provide scholarships for researchers from LMICs to attend and additionally, the UK Veterinary Vaccinology Network will provide funding for early career researchers (ECRs) to attend the event.

If you require any further information, please contact Dr Carly Hamilton.