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Vaccine World Summit

12 Mar 2012 - 16 Mar 2012 - Hyderabad, India



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Vaccine World Summit India 2012 will be THE DEFINITIVE meeting place for vaccine industry's leaders from India and the rest of the world. Riding on the momentum generated by the successful 2011 event, which attracted over 130 delegates and 42 renowned speakers, Vaccine World Summit India 2012 promises to be an even greater experience. Set the stage for the next wave of innovation and discovery in vaccines today. Join us in March 2012!

Speakers include:
Dr. Parimal R Desai, Executive director, Vaccine manufacturing science and commercialization, Merck, USA
Dr. Reinhard Glück. PhD, Chief Scientific Officer - Vaccines, Cadila Healthcare Limited (Zydus Cadila), India
Dr Harish Iyer, CEO, Shantha Biotechnics Limited, India
Richard Van Duyse, COO, Biovac Institute, South Africa
Dr.Suresh S. Jadhav, Executive Director, Serum Institute of India Ltd.,India
Dr Nikolai Petrovsky, Research Director, Vaxine, Australia  
Professor Rajiv Khanna,Director, Australian Centre for Vaccine Development, Australia



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