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World Vaccine Congress Washington 2014

24 Mar 2014 - 26 Mar 2014 - Washington, DC, USA



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The 14th annual World Vaccine Congress Washington is a proven conference and exhibition that delivers the innovators, disruptors and influencers from across the complete vaccine value chain.
This event brings together government, big pharma, big biotech, SME Biotech, academia, government and the wider service provider community and their partners to discuss scientific, clinical and strategic advances and opportunities.
Having brought together over 5000 stakeholders in its 13 year history, this event provides the link between scientific development and commercialisation.

This conference is produced to facilitate high level on the topics that matter to the industry right now/ Major congress themes include, but are not limited to:
Governmental immunisation plans
NGO engagement 
Innovative / disruptive R&D models
Clinical / translational research
Therapeutic / prophylactic vaccine markets
Infectious / non-infectious disease research
Emerging market opportunities
Emerging / re-emerging epidemics
Novel technologies
Production / manufacture
Regulation / authorization
Safety / efficacy
Pricing / reimbursement / market access

Blog: http://blogs.terrapinn.com/vaccinenation/ Twitter hashtag: #wvcusa


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