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Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research

Celebrating #WomenInScience

March is Women’s History Month, a perfect time to celebrate the vital role that women play in science and public health. To celebrate and honor these achievements, NFID will host an inspiring panel discussion featuring influential Women Leaders in Vaccinology sharing stories about their career paths, successes, and lessons learned while addressing obstacles faced, at the online 2022 Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research …

What Have We Learned from COVID-19?

During World Immunization Week, NFID will host the virtual 2021 Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research (ACVR) on April 26-27, 2021, with presentations from leaders in the field of vaccinology, including three keynote lectures on the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more about the changes and challenges these renowned experts have seen throughout their remarkable careers …

Recognizing #WomenInScience During Women’s History Month

Trailblazing women working in vaccinology will share stories about their individual paths and lessons learned throughout their careers at the 3rd Annual Women Leaders in Vaccinology Panel discussion during the 2021 Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research on April 26-27, 2021 …

2020 Virtual Annual Conference On Vaccinology Research: News Round-Up

Nearly 1,500 researchers, scientists, and public health professionals from around the world participated in the first-ever virtual Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research (ACVR) sponsored by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) on June 18-19, 2020. Read highlights of top news coverage…

Looking To The Promise Of New Vaccines

As ideal forum for collaboration and information sharing, the NFID Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research will be held virtually on June 18-19, 2020. Leading experts will discuss the latest updates and recent scientific advances in vaccine development, production, evaluation, and implementation.

Recognizing #WomenInScience

To recognize the impact of inspirational women in the field of vaccinology, programming at the NFID Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research (ACVR) will highlight the accomplishments of women leaders working in a variety of professional settings…

Sharing New Research on Vaccinology

Leading global experts will share cutting-edge research on addressing vaccine hesitancy and new vaccines to prevent Zika, dengue, influenza, and antimicrobial resistance in Baltimore at the NFID 2019 Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research…

The Impact of Women in Vaccinology

To recognize the impact of inspirational women in the field of vaccinology, 2019 ACVR programming on April 4, 2019, will highlight women leaders in a variety of professional settings…

Developing Improved Vaccines for Older Adults

By 2030, the number of adults age 65 years and older in the United States is expected to grow to 71 million—at least 20 percent of the total population. It is particularly important during this stage of life to maintain healthy lifestyles and habits. Receiving recommended immunizations is an essential part of that process.,,

A Forum for Cutting-Edge Vaccine Research Updates

The field of vaccinology continues to expand and innovate in basic science discovery, product development, market introduction, and adoption into immunization programs. Continual achievements are moving the field forward, with the expectation that many current, challenging diseases may become vaccine-preventable or vaccine-treatable in the near future…