- Master in Vaccinology and Pharmaceutical Clinical Development
- Master in Public Health, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and Clinical Development
- International and Industrial PhD
|Prof. Emanuele Montomoli Prof. of Public Health Chairman and founder of Institute for Global Health President of the Master Programs and Technical Scientific Committee – Clinical Development|
|Prof. Dr. Sue Ann Costa Clemens Prof. of Pediatric Infectious Diseases Head of Institute for Global Health Director of Master Programs Clinical Development|
|Prof. Pietro Lupetti Prof. of Zoology and Microscopy Founder and PhD Director of Institute for Global Health|
International Scientific BoardEmanuele Montomoli Chairman and founder of Institute for Global Health Sue Ann Costa Clemens Founder and Head of Institute for Global Health Pietro Lupetti Founder and PhD Director of Institute for Global Health Fred Zepp Chairman of the Pediatric department, University of Mainz Member of the German Vaccine Policy Body – Stiko Ananda Bandyopadhyay Senior Program Officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Ingmar Hoerr Chief Executive Officer, Curevac AG
ManagementElena Cellai Executive Assistant
Master in Vaccinology and Pharmaceutical Clinical Development sponsors and partners
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WHO; EMA; PEI; IVI; CDC; BMGF; ECDC; PATH; GAVI; FIOCRUZ; CHERMID; CHMO; European Community; Sabin Institute; Health Dep. London; Health Dep. Italy; Tropical Lab Antwerp; Federal Agency Belgium; Institute Pasteur; MRC Gambia; Welcome Trust; VisMederi; Brighton Collaboration; Butantan; G-Con; Novartis; Sanofi Pasteur; Roche; GSK; Pfizer; Valneva; Curevac.
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Il contributo è destinato a supportare giovani medici provenienti dai Paesi in via di sviluppo Un finanziamento di 1 milione e 600 mila euro dalla Fondazione Bill and Melinda Gates per il master in Vaccinologia dell’Università di Siena. Si tratta del contributo previsto per due anni, per le prossime due edizioni del master, per supportare …
A grant of 1.6M euros from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the master’s degree in Vaccinology of the University of Siena. This is the contribution planned for two years, for the next two editions of the master, to support doctors and researchers from developing countries who will be able to attend classes in …
A training workshop on Laboratory Quality Management and Biosafety was held at the University of Siena (Italy) from 23-27 July 2018 to support the achievement of the PIP Framework goal of improving pandemic preparedness and response, by strengthening global laboratory surveillance capacity. Further information at: https://www.who.int/influenza/2018sienatrainingworkshop/en/ https://mailchi.mp/who.int/influenzawho-newsletter-october-2788801?e=c97d85e03e#Siena