IVI Director General Dr. Jerome Kim gives his talk entitled ‘The Challenge of Bacterial Vaccines for Global Health’ at the BactiVac 2nd Annual Network Meeting.
IVI Director General, Dr. Jerome Kim delivered a talk on The Challenge of Bacterial Vaccines for Global Health at the BactiVac 2nd Annual Network Meeting. The two-day event organized by the University of Birmingham took place on March 20 & 21, 2019 and served as an empowering forum for exchanging ideas and furthering research possibilities, as well as providing all in attendance with opportunities to broaden and deepen connections within BactiVac.
Participants listen to IVI Director General Dr. Jerome Kim (at the podium) speaking at the at the BactiVac 2nd Annual Network Meeting.
The BactiVac Network was established in August 2017 and brings together partners from the UK and LMICs from various sectors, including academia and industry, involved in vaccine research against human and animal bacterial infections. The BactiVac Network fosters partnership, disseminates relevant information, and provides catalyst project and training support with the aim of accelerating vaccine development against bacterial infections relevant to LMICs. The Network is hosted by the University of Birmingham.
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