Novel Vaccines: Bridging Research, Development, and Production will build on the excitement of last year’s meeting with an additional focus on manufacturing to complement research and development. We will look at the challenges and current successes of developing and producing novel vaccines. 

What has research uncovered that sheds light on how disease functions?
Which approach to producing vaccines will prove to be most successful? 
What are the breakthroughs in multivalent and universal vaccines?
Which delivery systems are most effective?
How are manufacturing facilities operating?

Vaccine experts from around the world will come together to address the myriad quandaries and real-world solutions for creating the vaccines that are necessary to protect human health. Meeting a growing demand for vaccines poses a significant challenge as do other concerns such as safety, efficacy, and the cold chain dilemma. Sharing ideas and data will make the world of vaccines a more intimate place where exchanging information helps scientists achieve greater success.

The Novel Vaccines meeting provides a snapshot of where vaccine research and development stands today – and where novel vaccines are headed in the race to protect humanity. 

Preliminary Topics 


  • Discovering Solutions 
  • Medical Needs 
  • Funding for Vaccine Research
  • Technical Developments
  • Vector Development
  • Flow Cytometry
  • Functional Genomics
  • Multivalent Vaccines


  • Transforming Concept into Product
  • Techniques for Growing Virus
  • Chicken Eggs—Innovations
  • Cell Culture
  • DNA Vaccines
  • Peptides
  • Adjuvants
    Risk Management


  • Heading to Market
  • Clinical Development
  • Scaling Up
  • Capacity
  • Cell Seeding
  • Heat-Stable Vaccines
  • Novel Delivery Systems
  • Manufacturing Facilities
If you would like to give an oral presentation at this conference, please submit a proposal including a title and brief summary about your recent work in the area of Novel Vaccines. 

To ensure the highest quality of the conference program, all proposals are subject to review by the Scientific Advisory Committee.

Deadline for submitting a proposal: February 20, 2008 

To submit a proposal, please click here.

For more information, please contact:
Mary Ruberry, Conference Director
Phone: 781-972-5421 • E-mail:  

For sponsorship information, please contact:
Suzanne Carroll, Manager, Business Development
781-972-5452 • 


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