Theme: The Next Generation Approach of Vaccine and Immunology
World Vaccine Meet 2020
ME Conferences take the immense pleasure to welcome all the eminent personalities from all over the world to attend “2nd World Conference on Vaccine and Immunology” during December 07, 2020 with the theme “The Next Generation Approach of Vaccine and Immunology” and provides great platform to discuss about the latest technologies and innovations in the field of vaccines and immunology.
World Vaccine Meet 2020 greets all academic scientists, researchers, immunologists, pathologists, delegates as well as students and business colossals to give a global gathering to the spread of unique research, innovations, design and development in the field of Vaccines and Immunology. The event will have plenary speakers, established keynote speakers, young researchers presentations, postal presentations and international workshops to discuss special topics in the field of immunology and vaccines. This global conference also welcomes exhibitions from corporate sectors to grandstand the on-going progressions in vaccination therapies and methods.
Why to attend?
World Vaccine Meet 2020 deliberate to give an open door from around the spectrum concentrated on finding out about vaccines, Immunization and its advancements, this is the best opportunity to arrive at the biggest gathering of members from Vaccines and Immunology network. It gives an express stage to share experiences, insights, risk factors, new antibodies progressions, and strategies in interactive peer to peer round tables. Here more perspectives in one place; from large medium and small organizations from pharmacy, biotech and academia.
- Immunology Faculty
- Directors, CEOs, Presidents and Vice Presidents
- Medical Colleges
- Vaccine Developers and Investigators
- Vaccine & Immunology Associations and Societies
- Deans and Professors
- Eminent Personalities
- CMO/Head of Scientific Affairs
- Clinical Data Management Companies
- Business Entrepreneurs
- Training Institutes
- Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
- Vaccine & Immunology Scientists
- Academic Professionals
- Research labs
- Nursing Schools/Colleges Students
- Epidemiology Specialists
- Pharmaceutical Companies
- Infectious Diseases Specialists
Track 1: Vaccination and Immunization
Vaccination is a medical treatment which keeps our body stronger from serious diseases like smallpox, polio, and measles, yellow fever, chicken pox, etc., It protects a single human and also the society. Immunization is the best tool for reducing the infectious diseases and saves approximately 3 million deaths each year. It is cost effective also.
- Vaccine manufacturing
- Viral vaccines
- Immune response to novel corona virus
- Next generation vaccines
- Breakthrough in corona virus research
- Serious complications with the measles
Track 2: Immunology and Pathology
Immune system protects the body from various infectious diseases by producing antibodies and antigens by defeating harmful microorganisms. In current era digital pathology has a huge development by scanning the tissue samples of the body and store digitally. There are some advance techniques in pathology but every technique has its own advantages and limitations.
- Cellular immunology
- Experimental immunology
- Cancer immunology
- Anatomical pathology
- Immunohistochemistry (IHC)
- Clinical pathology
- Molecular pathology
Track 3: Cancer and Childhood Vaccines
Cancer vaccines have been developed from so many years both in animal and clinical applications. Although they are not very successful but encouraging the results. In the last few years immunotherapy has become an important part for treating some types of cancer. Childhood vaccines can protect children from more than dozen of diseases like measles, polio, diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, etc. Maternal immunization is a possible way to stop the seriousness of seductive illnesses in pregnant ladies and their new-born babies.
- Feline leukaemia vaccines
- Cancer immunotherapy biomarkers
- Non-specific cancer immunotherapies and adjuvants
- Chickenpox vaccine
- Diphtheria vaccines
- Haemophilus influenza type b vaccines
- Influenza vaccines
- Polio vaccines
Track 4: HPV and RV Vaccines
Human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV) vaccine is mostly given to children, adults and pregnant women. Researchers are working to develop therapeutic HPV vaccines, instead of preventing HPV infection it will also prevent cancer developing in women due to HPV. Rotavirus vaccines are in wide use universally, and have made an evident impact on the burden of disease.
- Adolescent health behaviours
- Sexually transmitted infections
- Abdomen pain
- Environmental enteropathy
- Circadian rhythm
Track 5: Plant- Based Vaccines
The first vaccine-relevant protein produced in plants was not an antigen, but an antibody. The first plant engineering technology was authorised the concept of plant-based vaccines to motivate us to develop practical products in plant engineering but there are some problems in reaching the final results. Several industrial analysis teams are currently working on the employment of plant-based vaccines in each humans and animals.
- Edible vaccines
- Plant-based vaccine
- Plant transformation
- Veterinary vaccine
Track 6: Geriatric Immunization
As long as we become older, our immune system become so weak to fight with infectious diseases. If you have health condition like diabetes, or heart disease getting vaccinated is most important. Some researchers have found that executing influenza vaccine leads to prevent the significant reductions in risk of hospitalization for pneumonia or influenza for older adults.
- Herpes zoster
- Streptococcus pneumonia
Track 7: DNA Vaccines
DNA vaccines are simple rings of DNA containing a gene encoding an antigen. DNA vaccination is an approach for protecting an animal against disease by injecting it with naturally engineered DNA so cells directly produce an antigen, resulting in a vigilant immunological response. DNA vaccines are considerably clean and cheaper to design and heat stability, flexible to genetic manipulation and mimic viral infection.
- Recombinant vaccines
- Next generation DNA vaccines
- Delivery methods
- Plasmid-based DNA vaccines
- DNA construct optimization
Track 8: Vaccines against Drugs
Drug addiction is a persistently recurring brain disorder. There is an essential need for new treatment options for this disease because the recurring rate among drug abusers is quite high. On the basis of preclinical work, vaccines for cocaine, tobacco, heroin and nicotine are now in clinical trials because they can offer long-term protection with basic treatment.
- 6-succinylmorphine (6-SM)
- Bovine serum albumin (BSA)
- Anticocaine vaccine
- Cocaine diamidehapten
Track 9: Vaccination for Pregnant Women
Mostly flu, tetanus and diphtheria vaccines are helpful for pregnant women. Immunization during pregnancy can protect the fetus and also transfers antibodies from the mother to the fetus. Vaccine can help in protection of the mother's body from diseases and this immunity passes to her baby during pregnancy. This immunity keeps the child safe during the first few months of life until baby gets his own vaccination.
- Flu (Influenza) shot
- Tetanus toxoid, reduced diphtheria toxoid and acellular pertussis (Tdap) vaccine
Track 10: Travel Immunization
Travel immunization is rapidly evolving, highly dynamic specialty that focuses on pre-travel preventive care. Getting vaccinated can also prevent the spread of diseases from one country to another. Now a day’s Influenza vaccine is the most preventable vaccine for the travellers.
Track 11: Adaptive Immunity
The adaptive immunity uses specific antigens to strategically rise an immune response which eliminates pathogens or prevent their growth. The major function of adaptive immunity is to eliminate the pathogens and toxin molecules they produce. It also includes the development of immunological memory, a process that continues to develop and enhances future responses to a given antigen.
- Cellular immunity
- Immune tolerance
- Acquired immunity
- Dendritic cells
- Humoral immunity
The vaccine becomes static due to improper storage; if it used incorrectly or beyond expiry, vaccines may cause infections. Currently available vaccines have been developed based on the observation, with little or understanding on how they activate the immune system. There are many immunization vaccines to protect against infectious and non-infectious diseases from infants to adults.
- Bordetella vaccine
- DNA vaccine
- Menactra/ Meningococcal vaccines
- Zoster vaccine
- Influenza vaccines
- OPV vaccine
- Rubella vaccine
- Pneumonia vaccines
- Zika virus
Track 13: Immune Response to Viral Infection
At the point when our bodies go under a violent attack from a viral infection they dispatch an advanced safeguard known as “immune response”. Viral infections may lead to the cause of intense and chronic diseases, infertility, long-term disability, and demise, with serious medical and psychological consequences for millions of humans. Mostly used vaccines against viral infections are HIV and MMR vaccines.
- Antibody dependent reactions
- Adaptive immune response
- Sexually transmitted infections
- Non sexually transmitted infections
- Paediatric infections
- Geriatric infections
Track 14: Immunizable Diseases and their Vaccines
There are so many immunizable diseases among them Diphtheria, Flu, Measles, Polio, Whooping Cough, Tetanus are frequently caused diseases. For these infections there are large number of preventable vaccines are available in ongoing market. Every country makes its own immunization strategies, based on the diseases that are common in its area and its healthcare preferences.
Track 15: Advances in Immunology Tests
Immunology tests are used to accomplish frequent tests in hospitals and laboratories, to do prompt tests yourself at home, as well as in family doctors and specialists practices. Immunologic tests make use of antigen to identify presence of antibodies to a pathogen, or an antibody to detect the presence of an antigen. Popular immunology tests include Agglutination tests, Complement fixation, Enzyme immunoassays, Precipitation tests, Western blot test.
- Detecting germs causing an infection
- Pregnancy test
- Diagnostic tests
- Bowel cancer screening
- Determining your blood group
- Genetic technology
Track 16: Immunoresearch and Immunotechnology
Immunotechnology is an innovation that absorbs the immune systems cells and atoms of the unsusceptible framework. The first rate specificity of antigen-antibody interactions has created the improvement of an increase of immunological techniques. Immunoresearch speaks to a significant medium for the introduction, translation, and elucidation of complex logical information.
- Antibody engineering & technology
- Novel approaches & Technology developments
- Transcriptomics& Immunodiagnostic
- Antigen-Antibody interactions
Track 17: Vaccine Regulatory Issues
Vaccine regulatory issues are responsible for regulation of vaccines, their production, distribution and control. Vaccination rates are high in ongoing spectrum; the risks associated with vaccines are much less than the risks associated with diseases. Most vaccines have no living germs in them, so they won’t cause infections.
- Serologic investigations
- Live vaccines
- Knowledge and awareness as sole variables investigated
- Pre-clinical trials
Track 18: Society and Cultural aspects of Vaccine
Many countries require their residents to receive certain immunizations. As vaccine production involved clinical trials and some animal modelling a wide range of experts are emerging by society on the value of ethics as it meant as animal sacrifice. Public health administrators must recognize and respect disparate social and cultural perspectives toward immunization policies, to help support their success and acceptance.
- Improve immunogenicity
- Reduce the need for and the number of injections
- Relieve tensions and fears surrounding immunization
Present available vaccines have been developed experimentally, in next 15 years these vaccines can prevent so many infectious and non-infectious diseases. Role of vaccine delivery technologies includes coherent development of vaccines, acquiring immunization goals, supporting best clinical practice.With every technological advance, we are able to extend the privileges of vaccines to more people and provide better protection from life-threatening infectious diseases.
- Needle-free vaccine delivery
- Nano patch technologies
- Others are integrated with formulation
Track 20: How deadly is Corona Virus
New corona virus is spreading around the universe, this virus cause sickness from normal to serious conditions such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). A vaccine can give some immunity, so people do not become sick if they are unprotected. Vaccine research is taking place at peculiar speed, but there is no guarantee it will be successful and will require immunisation on a global scale.It is clear the current approach of shutting down large parts of society is not sustainable in the long-term. The social and economic damage would be disastrous.
- Vaccination and Immunization
- Immunology and Pathology
- Cancer and Childhood Vaccines
- HPV and RV Vaccines
- Geriatric Immunization
- DNA Vaccines
- Vaccines against Drugs
- Vaccination for Pregnant Women
- Travel Immunization
- Next-Generation Vaccine Delivery Technologies
- Society and Cultural aspects of Vaccine
- How deadly is Corona Virus
- Advances in Immunology Tests
- Adaptive Immunity
- Immune Response to Viral Infection
- Human Vaccines-Infectious and Non- Infectious
- Plant- Based Vaccines
- Immunizable Diseases and their Vaccines
- Immunoresearch and Immunotechnology
- Vaccine Regulatory Issues
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