The Vaccine Centre is a collaborative partnership of over 100 scientists at the School that aims to improve human and animal health through vaccination. The Centre works to: develop new vaccines and evaluate their biological potential; test new vaccines for safety, immunogenicity and efficacy; and evaluate and optimise vaccine programmes and policies.
Events in this series
Vaccines for All: Promoting access and uptake
Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine: new approaches to measuring impact
Intravenous Vaccination with BCG Prevents M. tb Infection in Non-Human Primates
Vaccine Centre Annual Lecture - New Vaccines: Is an End to Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) on the Horizon?
STI Vaccine Workshop: Innovations for impact
Summer Screening: "The Little Girl Who Sold The Sun"
How is the safety of vaccines established?
Demystifying the Gates Foundation
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