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Vaccines Research 2018

About Congress

Conference Series Ltd. heartily welcomes all the Researchers, Efficient Scientists, Delegates, and Professors across the world to participate in its upcoming Annual Congress and Expo on Vaccines & Immunology during August 27-29, 2018 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

This conference highlights the theme Navigation to Recovery- Exploring New Therapeutic Dimensions which includes various ideas about Vaccines and Immunology.

Annual Congress and Expo on Vaccines & Immunology is recognized internationally and it mainly focuses on exchange of ideas all over the world.

The conference will include seminars, Oral presentations, Poster presentations, Symposiums, Workshops which will be a great platform for all the academic Researchers and Scientists to exchange their Innovations and Technology.  

The main aim of the conference is to focus on new Therapeutic technologies and recent advancements of Vaccines and Immunology.

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Why to attend?

Annual Congress and Expo on Vaccines & Immunology provides a tremendous platform for scholars globally to learn about Vaccines and Immunology and this will play the important role in developing the future research and development. This conference helps everyone to reach the huge number of people form vaccine and Immunology community, where everyone can meet with new exploring ideas, recent advancements and latest updates in Vaccines and Immunology.

This congress will have effective talks about new Immunological therapies, Vaccine developments, current and future works about Immunology, emerging techniques in Immunology and so on. 

This conference mainly concentrating on the following tracks        

·         Vaccines

·         Immunology

·         Vaccine Types

·         Paediatric Immunology

·         Paediatric Vaccines

·         Onco Immunology

·         Transplant Immunology

·         Infectious and Non infectious diseases Vaccines

·         Plant Vaccines

·         Animal Vaccinations

·         HIV vaccines

·         Allergy Vaccines

·         Flu Vaccines

·         Recombinant Vaccines

·         Zika Virus Vaccines

·         HPV Vaccines

·         Therapeutic Cancer Vaccines

·         Autoimmune Diseases

·         Immune System Disorders

·         Antibodies

·         Vaccine Induced Immunity

·         Vaccines and Immunology Advancements

·         Immunology Recent Trends

·         Vaccination Challenges

·         Vaccines Efficacy and Safety

 

Target Audience:

·         Vaccine Scientists

·         Immunology Scientists

·         Vaccine Industries

·         Vaccine Developers and Investigators

·         Vaccines and Immunology R & D Institutes

·         Young Researchers

·         Students

·         College and University Professors

·         Business Entrepreneurs

·         Medical Devices Manufacturing Companies

·         Clinical Management data companies

·         Deans/Directors/CEOs/Presidents/Vice Presidents

·         Principal Investigators

Sessions/Tracks

 Sessions/Tracks:

Track 1: Vaccines

Vaccination is more important in our life for keeping us healthy. It helps us to fight against many chronic diseases like small pox, measles, Influenza, etc. The eradication of small pox is highly achieved by thevaccine discovery. A Vaccine contains a disease causing microorganism like bacteria and viruses. The agents present in the vaccine when vaccinated stimulate the immune system and it gets recognized and the body’s immune system eliminates the infection. But Vaccines remain elusive for the treatment of many important diseases like Herpes, Malaria, Ebola, HIV, etc. This Conference brings out the knowledge about the recent research and future aspects of Vaccines.

Track 2: Immunology:

The main function of the immune system is to fight against the antigens that enter in to the body. It also can recognize the self and non-self-antigens. Immunology also deals with the immunological disorders like graft rejection, hypersensitivities; autoimmune diseases. It contains the branches like innate and adaptive immunities. The adaptive immune system mediates the cell mediated and humoral immune responses.  The research and development in immunology also now targeted on the animals and new therapeutics were invented against the diseases that were infecting the animals. The immunoglobulin molecules play an important role in immune system by neutralizing the antigens.  

Track 3: Vaccine Types:

The Vaccines type includes Recombinant Vaccines, Live Attenuated Vaccines, Inactivated Vaccines, Subunit VaccinesToxoid Vaccines, and Conjugate Vaccines. The Attenuated Vaccines were first developed against the viruses. The first Vaccine developed using live attenuated virus was that Rabies Vaccine. Inactivated Viruses contains killed microorganisms. U.S Childhood Immunization Schedule recently recommended the Live, Attenuated Vaccines for MMR vaccine. The recombinant vaccine is developed by using the gene segment from the protein of a disease-causing organism

Track 4: Paediatric Immunology:

About 40% of children in the world having an allergic diagnosis are due to Infectious Diseases. Paediatric Immunology mainly covers the areas about Infectious Diseases and Allergy. Child’s Immune system responds with problems when the child has allergies. Commonly the paediatrician meets the child with asthma, sinus inflammations, pneumonia, eczema and these unusual conditions called anaphylaxis. The allergy is an extreme health problem in the children. The recent advancements in paediatric immunology greatly help the General Practitioners for recognising the allergy related problems.

Track 5: Paediatric Vaccines:

In recent years, the widespread of infectious diseases in children has decreased by the paediatric vaccines. The common Paediatric vaccines are Small pox Vaccine, Hepatitis B vaccine, Diphtheria Tetanus and Pertussis Vaccines, Inactivated Polio Vaccine, Measles Mumps and Rubella Vaccine. Infectious diseases were once the leading cause of death of children. Now, less number of deaths of children takes place due to the effective immunization.

Track 6: Onco-Immunology

The well-known application in Cancer Immunology is Cancer Immunotherapy. Knowledge of the basic mechanisms of cancer immunology has been increasing rapidly. The current research and new findings have created these advancements in to breakthrough for many tumours. Oncologist aims to know the relationship between cancers and the normal immune system. The molecular identification of cancer antigens, Cytokine gene transfer into cancer cells, adoptive transfer of immune effector cells are some of the recent progress in cancer immunology

Track 7: Transplant Immunology

The transplant immunology is more about the rejections that takes place during the          transplantations. The transplant rejection can be reduced by taking the immunosuppressive drugs before and after transplantation and checking the match between the donor and recipients. The transplant rejection is the response of the adaptive immune system by both cellular immunity and humoral immunity.

Track 8: Infectious and Non infectious diseases Vaccines

More usage of Vaccines has decreased the infectious and non-infectious diseases among infants and adults. Many chronic infectious and non-infectious diseases are highly treated using the recent technologies and advanced research in monoclonal antibodies. The present challenge in vaccination world is to develop vaccines for diseases which will consistently maintain the antibody responses in human body. Some Vaccines gives immunity over life whereas some requires booster shots. However currently developing vaccines were more likely to develop the effective immunity.

Track 9: Plant Vaccines

Apart from developing the vaccines from animals and microorganisms, the development of vaccine from plant also plays an important role in acting against the many chronic diseases. The implementation of several plant vaccines takes more efforts and time. The mucosal immunity and systemic immunity are highly conferred by plant made antigens through oral vaccination.

Track 10: Animal Vaccinations

Veterinary Vaccines were proved to be beneficial for animal health. Animal diseases like Canine parvovirusCanine distemperFeline leukemiaEquine tetanus have been reduced more and also eliminated by the vaccines. Unfortunately, currently it is unable to make the individual vaccine program for animals to assure protection from disease and completely prevent adverse reaction.

Track 11: HIV vaccines

Currently there is no vaccine available for HIV to prevent or treatment. The long term goal is to develop safe, effective and affordable vaccines for preventing the infection in uninfected people. The difficulties faced by researchers in developing the HIV vaccines are that HIV structure changes frequently and HIV isolates are themselves highly variable.

Track 12: Allergy Vaccines

The most common allergies like hay fever or house-dust mite allergy are treated using allergy vaccines. Allergy Vaccines are more ejective in treating the insect stings like bee and wasp stings, which can be fatal in severe cases. The allergy Vaccination is used by graduated doses begins with very small dose and it increases gradually. 

Trcak 13: Flu Vaccines

Influenza is a chronic disease that leads to even death in serious conditions. About millions of people get flu every year and about tens of thousands of die from flu related diseases. Taking annual seasonal flu vaccine is the only way to decrease the risk of getting infection with seasonal flu and can spreading to other people.

Track 14: Recombinant Vaccines

The recombinant vaccine is developed through the recombinant DNA technology. These Vaccines are produced by the insertion of genetic material which encoding the antigen that stimulates an immune response. Plasmid DNA is used as vaccine which is propagated in bacteria like E.Coli and they get isolated and purified in to the vaccine.

Track 15: Zika Virus Vaccines

The Live-Attenuated vaccine is developed to the disease caused by Zika Virus. The monovalent version of the vaccine is designed against Zika virus infection. Zika Virus belongs to the Genus Flavivirus, which is transmitted by the Aedes mosquitos.  The understanding of flavivirus particle structure, definition of E dimers as the key antigenic target, and deep understanding of neutralization mechanisms help to develop the vaccine.

Track 16: HPV Vaccines

The HPV vaccines like Gardasil, Gardasil 9, Cervarix were approved by the FDA. These vaccines prevent the infections with HPV types 16 and 18. The HPV types 6 and 11 are prevented by the vaccine Gardasil. The phenomenon called cross protection in which the vaccines are found to provide some protection against few additional HPV types.

Track 17: Therapeutic Cancer Vaccines

The therapeutic cancer vaccines found to have more clinical benefits in cancer treatments. Immunosuppressive cancer micro environment are the root causes of the lack of cancer eradication. The specific nature of the therapeutic cancer vaccines combines with immunomodulation which offers an attractive avenue for the development of future cancer therapies.

Track 18: Autoimmune Diseases

Most common autoimmune diseases are Type I diabetes, Rheumatoid arthritis, Psoriatic arthritis, multiple sclerosis. It is caused by the abnormal low activity or over activity of the immune system. The body attacks and damages its own tissues in auto immune diseases. By responding to unknown trigger the immune system starts to secret antibodies instead of fighting the infections.  

Track 19: Immune System Disorders

The immune system is the complex networking of cells, tissues and organs that helps us to fight against the germs. The most common immune disorders are allergy and asthma. The characterization of the immune system could be done with the help of the components of the immune system getting affected, overactive or underactive of the immune system.

Track 20: Antibodies

Antibody also known as immunoglobulin which is a large molecule synthesized by the plasma cells and they are utilized by the immune system to neutralize the antigens. The binding mechanism of the antibody can tag the microbe or the infected cell for attacking by the other parts of the immune system. The humoral immune system mainly functions by producing the antibodies

Track 21: Vaccine Induced Immunity

Vaccine induced immunity is the artificial induction of immunity to specific diseases by making the people immune to disease by means other than waiting for them to catch the infection. Vaccine induced immunity has been assessed for various infections which also includes HIV-1. The incidence of HIV infection higher in vaccine treated than in placebo-treated men with pre-existing adenovirus sterotype 5 immunity.

Track 22: Vaccines and Immunology Advancements

The recent advancements in vaccines protect the people from the wide variety of diseases. The main ability of the vaccines is to induce the humoral antibody responses and cell mediated responses against the wide range of pathogens. Additionally the invention can be used to produce the vaccines, immunogens and valuable therapeutic and diagnostic reagents.  

Track 23: Immunology Recent Trends

The immunology recent advancements are to produce the immunogenicity and it is provoking the immune responses by using the substances like antigen or epitope. The immunology advancements could be developed with the invention of the monoclonal antibodies. The prediction of the immunogenic action of novel protein in therapeutics is challenge in biotherapy.

Track 24: Vaccination Challenges

Vaccination efforts is challenging for 35 lower-middle countries. Nearly 24 million unimmunized or incompletely-immunized children are living in the poorest countries. Loss of public confidence because of real or spurious links to adverse events halt immunization activities in both developed and industrialized countries.

Track 25: Vaccines Efficacy and Safety

In last two centuries, Vaccines plays an important role in providing the safe and effective means of preventing a number of diseases. But the safety of some vaccines has been doubted in recent years. But comparing to the infection of the diseases the vaccines are million times safer than them. New systems were developed for the production of the vaccines.

 

 

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Conference Date Aug 27-29, 2018

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