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Human and Veterinary Vaccinology
The course covers both human and veterinary vaccinology, highlighting important principles which are relevant to vaccine deployment for human and animal diseases, and the One Health approach. Using a number of examples, it explores vaccine design and efficacy testing, and the use of adjuvants.
15 July 2020
18-22 October 2021 (5 days)
University of Oxford (UOXF)/Oxford, UK
Participant Nr.: 12
Wendy Crocker firstname.lastname@example.org
For more in-depth information on course content and structure check https://www.conted.ox.ac.uk/courses/human-and-veterinary-vaccinology
A. To gain an understanding of the principles of vaccinology, including vaccine design, efficacy testing and deployment in the field.
B. To gain the ability to apply the knowledge to design new vaccines, for either human or veterinary diseases.
Who should apply
Anyone working in vaccinology, or interested in learning about the vaccine design and development.
None, but ideally a background in biological science and/or first degree in related subject
Accommodation will be provided. Travel Costs are not included.
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