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International Congress on Vaccines & Immunology , will be organized around the theme “Navigation to Recovery- Exploring New Therapeutic Dimensions”

Vaccines Research 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Vaccines Research 2018

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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 the vaccine 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 1-1Vaccine Development
  • Track 1-2Vaccines Recommendations
  • Track 1-3Vaccine Storage and Handlings
  • Track 1-4Missing Vaccinations Harms
  • Track 1-5Vaccine Ingredients
  • Track 1-6Next Generation Vaccines
  • Track 1-7Vaccines Misperception and Side Effects
  • Track 1-8MMR Vaccines
  • Track 1-9Malaria & TB Vaccines

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 2-1Immunity Types
  • Track 2-2Nutritional Immunology
  • Track 2-3Immunostimulants and Immune Globulins
  • Track 2-4Immunity to Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses
  • Track 2-5Immunodiagnostic Techniques
  • Track 2-6Veterinary Immunology
  • Track 2-7Immunotherapy
  • Track 2-8Hypersensitivity
  • Track 2-9Immunodeficiency
  • Track 2-10Mucosal Immunology

The Vaccines type includes Recombinant Vaccines, Live Attenuated Vaccines, Inactivated Vaccines, Subunit Vaccines, Toxoid 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 3-1Live, Attenuated Vaccines
  • Track 3-2Inactivated Vaccines
  • Track 3-3Subunit Vaccines
  • Track 3-4Toxoid Vaccines
  • Track 3-5Conjugate Vaccines

The capacity of the pluri-potent stem cells is of great advantage to repair tissues, cell replacement therapeutics for treating chronic or degenerative diseases. There are chances of developing immunogenicity in response to stem cell therapy which may cause severe adverse and fatal effects to an individual. Hence various measures and strategies are being developed for the effective control of stem cell immunogenicity.

 

  • Track 4-1Immunogenicity of stem cells
  • Track 4-2Strategies to inhibit immune rejection to allograft stem cells
  • Track 4-3Immune responses to cancer stem cells
  • Track 4-4Mesenchymal stem cells in immune regulation

        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 5-1Paediatric Infectious Diseases
  • Track 5-2Unusual Infections
  • Track 5-3Epidemic Infections
  • Track 5-4Paediatric Allergy

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 6-1Whooping Cough Vaccines
  • Track 6-2Autism
  • Track 6-3Varicella
  • Track 6-4Typhoid
  • Track 6-5DPT Vaccines
  • Track 6-6Polio Vaccines
  • Track 6-7Tetanus Vaccines
  • Track 6-8Diphtheria Vaccines
  • Track 6-9Pneumococcal Vaccine
  • Track 6-10Haemophilus Influenza Type B (Hboc) Vaccines

The varicella vaccine is given for immunization against chicken pox which is a very common, contagious and fatal disease among children as it may cause serious complications. A booster shot is administered for children at 4 to 6 years of age. It is 85% effective in preventing mild illness and has a less chance of an allergic reaction with any vaccine. Getting vaccinated is the best way to prevent chickenpox.

 

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 8-1Zika Virus Vaccine Development
  • Track 8-2Zika Virus Vaccines Recent Research
  • Track 8-3Zika Virus Vaccines Clinical Trials
  • Track 8-4Zika Virus Vaccine in Pregnant Women
  • Track 8-5Purified Inactivated Vaccine
  • Track 8-6DNA Vaccine
  • Track 8-7Live Attenuated Vaccine
  • Track 8-8DNA and mRNA Vaccine

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 9-1Tumour Cell Vaccines
  • Track 9-2DC Vaccines
  • Track 9-3Protein/Peptide-Based Cancer Vaccines
  • Track 9-4Genetic Vaccines
  • Track 9-5Combination Therapies
  • Track 9-6Promising Therapeutic Vaccines

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 10-1Cancer Immunotherapy
  • Track 10-2Recent Research in Cancer Immunology
  • Track 10-3Cancer Immunodiagnostics
  • Track 10-4Molecular Cancer Therapeutics
  • Track 10-5Clinical Cancer Research
  • Track 10-6Tumour Immunity

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 11-1Recombinant Vaccines Production
  • Track 11-2Recombinant Vaccines Emerging Role
  • Track 11-3HBV Vaccine
  • Track 11-4Recombinant Vaccines Types
  • Track 11-5Recombinant Vaccines Latest Research

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 12-1Flu Vaccine Types
  • Track 12-2Flu Shots Pros and Cons
  • Track 12-3Flu Vaccines Recent Research
  • Track 12-4Paediatric Flu Vaccines
  • Track 12-5Flu Vaccines Mechanisms

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.  

  • Track 13-1Asthma Vaccination
  • Track 13-2Tdap(Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis)
  • Track 13-3Allergic Rhinitis
  • Track 13-4Allergy Shots
  • Track 13-5Chronic Sinus Infections
  • Track 13-6Cortisone Shots

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 14-1HIV Vaccine Development
  • Track 14-2Vaccine Development Challenges
  • Track 14-3B-Cell Based Vaccines
  • Track 14-4T-Cell Based Vaccines
  • Track 14-5Peptide Vaccines
  • Track 14-6Live-Attenuated Vaccines
  • Track 14-7Viral Toxin Vaccines
  • Track 14-8Clinical Trials
  • Track 14-9HIV Vaccines Side Effects
  • Track 14-10Therapeutic HIV Vaccine
  • Track 14-11Current Scenario and Future Aspects

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 15-1HPV Vaccines Recent Research and Development
  • Track 15-2HPV Vaccines Recommendations
  • Track 15-3HPV Vaccines Safety and Side Effects
  • Track 15-4HPV Vaccine Controversies
  • Track 15-5HPV Vaccine for Men and Women
  • Track 15-6HPV Vaccination Barriers
  • Track 15-7Therapeutic Vaccines
  • Track 15-8Immune Compromised Hosts 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 16-1Tuberculosis Vaccines
  • Track 16-2Ebola Virus Vaccines
  • Track 16-3Cholera Vaccines
  • Track 16-4Chickenpox Vaccines
  • Track 16-5Measles Vaccines
  • Track 16-6Smallpox Vaccines
  • Track 16-7Rotavirus Vaccines
  • Track 16-8Pneumonia Vaccines
  • Track 16-9Rubella Vaccines
  • Track 16-10OPV Vaccines
  • Track 16-11Hepatitis 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.

Veterinary Vaccines were proved to be beneficial for animal health. Animal diseases like Canine parvovirus, Canine distemper, Feline leukemia, Equine 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 17-1Edible Vaccines
  • Track 17-2Leptospirosis Vaccines
  • Track 17-3Poultry Vaccines
  • Track 17-4Aquaculture Vaccines
  • Track 17-5Livestock Vaccines
  • Track 17-6Rabies Vaccines
  • Track 17-7Plant Based Vaccine Production and Challenges
  • Track 17-8Polio Vaccines
  • Track 17-9Transgenic Plant Vaccines
  • Track 17-10Subunit Vaccines
  • Track 17-11Pet Vaccines

\ Vaccines developed for aquaculture have reduced antibiotic use in fish production. Currently, vaccines are available for some economically important bacterial and only few vaccines for viral diseases and no vaccine developed for fish parasites and fungus. Major limitations in fish vaccine developments are less understanding of fish immunology, many vaccines unlicensed, not cost effective (expensive) and stressful on administration. Research are needed to review on the present status of fish vaccination for controlling fish diseases, and shows the needs and directions for future investigations.

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  • Track 18-1Route and strategy of administration
  • Track 18-2Fish vaccine formulation and development
  • Track 18-3Vaccination procedures
  • Track 18-4Types of fish vaccines

\ The transplant immunology is more about the rejections that takes place during the transplantations. It is the study of immunologic reaction of a recipient due to transplanted organs or tissues from a histo-incompatible recipient. The immune response depends on the presence of antigens in the grafted tissue. If these antigens are absent in the recipient it is recognized as foreign substance.

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\ 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.

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  • Track 19-1Transplant Rejection
  • Track 19-2Immunosuppressive Drugs
  • Track 19-3Hyperacute Rejection
  • Track 19-4Cellular Rejection
  • Track 19-5Transplant Tolerance
  • Track 19-6Chronic Rejection
  • Track 19-7Post-Transplant Monitoring
  • Track 19-8Clinical Transplantation Tissue Typing

\ Clinical immunology is the study of diseases caused by disorders of the immune system (failure, aberrant action, and malignant growth of the cellular elements of the system). It likewise includes infections of different frameworks, where safe responses have an influence in the pathology and clinical highlights.

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\ Other immune system disorders include various hypersensitivities (such as in asthma and other allergies) that respond inappropriately to otherwise harmless compounds.

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\ The most well-known disease that affects the immune system itself is AIDS, an immunodeficiency characterized by the suppression of CD4+ ("helper") T cells, dendritic cells and macrophages by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).

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\ Clinical immunologists are examining approaches to keep the resistant framework's endeavors to annihilate allografts (transplant rejections).

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  • Track 20-1Ageing
  • Track 20-2Allergy
  • Track 20-3Immunodermatology
  • Track 20-4Immunohematology
  • Track 20-5Immunotoxicology
  • Track 20-6Neuroimmunology

\ 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

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  • Track 21-1Antibody Drug Development
  • Track 21-2Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibodies
  • Track 21-3Antibody Drug Conjugates
  • Track 21-4Antibody Purification

Vaccination before travel is imperative to ensure global public health and to help individuals stay healthy during and after their travels. As such, Passport Health is committed to ensuring maximum immunization coverage in all populations from children, to members of the workforce, to the elderly, to international travelers via our nationwide clinic network.

Travel antibodies are prescribed to protect travelers from serious diseases. Contingent upon where you travel, you may come into contact with infections that are uncommon, similar to yellow fever. A few immunizations may likewise be required for you to travel to certain places. They are proposed to ensure explorers and to avert infection spread inside and between nations.

Eatable antibodies hold incredible guarantee as a financially savvy, simple to-direct, simple to-store, safeguard and sociocultural promptly adequate immunization conveyance framework, particularly for the poor creating nations. It includes presentation of chose wanted qualities into plants and after that actuating these changed plants to fabricate the encoded proteins.

Getting vaccinated will help keep you safe and healthy while you're voyaging. It will likewise help ensure that you don't convey any rare diseases home to your family, companions, and network

  • Track 22-1Routine Vaccinations
  • Track 22-2Recommended Vaccinations
  • Track 22-3Required Vaccinations
  • Track 22-4Travelers Diarrhoea
  • Track 22-5Routine Immunizations for travel

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 23-1T-Cell Deficiency
  • Track 23-2Arthus Reaction
  • Track 23-3Opportunistic Infection
  • Track 23-4Graft Versus Host Diseases
  • Track 23-5Mastocytosis
  • Track 23-6Lymphocytopenia
  • Track 23-7Cancer Therapeutic Antibodies
  • Track 23-8Therapeutic vaccination for auto immune diseases

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.

  • Track 24-1Vaccine Safety Monitoring
  • Track 24-2Current and Future Challenges
  • Track 24-3Importance of Vaccines
  • Track 24-4Vaccine Safety Improvements
  • Track 24-5Future of Vaccine Safety
  • Track 24-6Vaccine Development, Testing & Regulation
  • Track 24-7Vaccine Research in Europe

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 25-1Risks of No Vaccination
  • Track 25-2Vaccination Controversies & Autism
  • Track 25-3Delivery of Vaccines
  • Track 25-4Influenza Vaccine Challenges
  • Track 25-5Measles Vaccination Challenges
  • Track 25-6Ebola outbreak

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 26-1Dendritic Cell Based
  • Track 26-2Vaccine Manufacturing
  • Track 26-3Recombinant Vector Based
  • Track 26-4Pain Free Vaccine Delivery
  • Track 26-5Purifying Vaccines
  • Track 26-6Vaccine adjuvants
  • Track 26-7Nanoparticle vaccine

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 27-1Natural vaccine induced immunity
  • Track 27-2HIV-1 vaccine induced immunity
  • Track 27-3Hepatitis B virus infection
  • Track 27-4Vaccines inducing T-cells and B-cells