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Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research

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…

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…

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…

Catching Up on Summer Reading

Summer has finally arrived! No matter how you’re planning to spend it, summer provides the perfect opportunity to catch up on the piles of reading you’ve put off all winter. Looking for ideas? Read on for suggested NFID resources to consider, including complimentary webinars and recent NFID News blog posts: 2017 Annual Conference on Vaccine Research Audio Conference Recordings Audio…

Vaccine Predictions for 2027

Special thanks to Karie Youngdahl for this blog post from The History of Vaccines on vaccinology predictions presented at the 20th Annual Conference on Vaccine Research (ACVR) held in Bethesda, MD last month…

Protecting Infants Through Immunization

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has designated April 22-29, 2017 as National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW), an annual observance highlighting the importance of protecting infants from vaccine-preventable diseases and celebrating the achievements of immunization programs and partners in promoting healthy communities. As NIIW coincides with the 2017 Annual Conference on Vaccine Research (April 24-26, 2017), NFID conference organizers have developed…

Celebrating National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW)

The NFID 19th Annual Conference on Vaccine Research (April 18-20, 2016) organizers have developed a track of presentations and posters discussing maternal and infant immunization, in honor of National Infant Immunization Week.

Focusing on Today’s Challenges to Deliver Tomorrow’s Vaccines

Advances in science and technology are giving rise to research and development for new vaccines. Additionally, innovative manufacturing approaches are being applied in the production of these products. This is especially true for vaccines necessary to address global patient population needs in developing countries and international markets.