US Animal Vaccinology Research Coordination Network
Come and be a part of the Network to empower and connect those conducting research in agricultural and aquacultural vaccinology! Through a new USDA NIFA initiative, the US Animal Vaccinology Research Coordination Network has been created. The inaugural meeting will be held Saturday, November 2, 2019, from 1-4pm in the Miami/ Scottsdale room. We seek enthusiastic stakeholders from across academia, government, corporate, and production communities, to help drive forward research aimed at ending animal disease through next-generation safe and effective vaccines.
To kick off the Network’s scientific program, we are pleased to have the following keynote speakers addressing key issues for veterinary vaccinology today and in the future:
- Roy Curtis (University of Florida) presenting “Animal Vaccines – Current Availability, Future Needs and Technologies to Deliver”
- Dan Rock (University of Illinois Champaign Urbana) presenting “Challenges for African swine fever vaccine development”
The Network is now establishing its early priorities and eyeing those of the future. So come and take part in our open panel discussions regarding our most critical needs, share your thoughts on our widest gaps in knowledge, and contribute ideas as to how together as a community we can target solutions. Let’s all network toward improved vaccines.
1:00 Welcome and description of the Network and the Leadership
1:20 Comments from USDA Leadership
1:30 Keynote presentation: Roy Curtis: “Animal Vaccines – Current Availability, Future Needs and Technologies to Deliver”
2:15 Gwynneth Clay (Galvmed): Brucellosis Vaccine Prize
2:30 Keynote presentation: Dan Rock: “Challenges for African swine fever vaccine development”
3:15 Round Table Discussion
The 2019 International Brucellosis Society (Annual Brucellosis Research Conference) will be held Saturday, November 2 – Sunday, November 3, from 8am to 5pm, as a CRWAD satellite organization. Scheduled guest keynote speakers include Drs. Sergio Costa Oliveira and Elizabeth A. Rucks. For further information or an invitation, please contact Sue D. Hagius (email@example.com). Attendance requires a separate registration; abstract submission details are available from Sue.
NC-1202 Regional Research Technical Committee Meeting “Enteric Diseases of Food Animals: Enhanced Prevention, Control and Food Safety” will be held November 2 from 7:30 am to 5pm, as a CRWAD satellite organization. For further information or an invitation, please contact Devendra H. Shah (firstname.lastname@example.org). Attendance requires a separate registration; membership and abstract submission details are available from Devendra.