The Institute For Global Health (IFGH) University of Siena, hosted 7 and 8 June an International Symposium bringing together worldwide experts in Vaccinology and Global Development and Alumni from 48 countries of the pioneer Master in Vaccinology and Drug Development.
Experts from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, CEPI, WHO, International Vaccines Institute (IVI), National Regulatory Authorities, University of Oxford, Dalhouise University- Canada and Pharmaceutical Industry amongst other experts, discussed over 2 days global challenges and capacity building needed to support the joint G7 and CEPI mission of 100 days to deliver vaccines to the next epidemics and ensure equity to the world population.
Prof Sue Ann Clemens, Master Program director, knighted by Queen Elizabeth for services in public health during the Covid pandemic, together with Prof Emanuele Montomoli, Master Program president, announced that even over the pandemic, the Master could keep its mission delivering capacity building and supporting clinical development. IFGH have trained over 1.200 professionals and graduated 110 master students, that are actively contributing to fight infectious diseases worldwide.
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