IVI’s Vaccinology Course is one of the longest running vaccinology courses in Asia. It aims to promote vaccine sustainability in developing countries by capacity-building. The course trains vaccine professionals from low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) in vaccinology and fosters development of collaborative networks and partnerships among LMICs
The five-day course provides a comprehensive overview of vaccinology starting with fundamentals in epidemiology and immunology and moving from concepts and issues related to vaccine discovery, development, and introduction. The course is a combination of lectures and interactive case studies that are presented and facilitated by international experts from academia, industry, and global public health.
Who Should Apply?
IVI’s Vaccinology Course is open to all applicants working in the field of vaccinology. It is recommended that applicants have a background in vaccines and/or vaccination. The working language of the course is English. No translations or interpretations will be provided.
Fellowships are competitively awarded to participants with demonstrated financial need. As a fellow, your course participation, including registration and accommodation fees will be covered by the institute. To be considered for a fellowship you must complete the application form and submit it by July 21, 2016. After all applications have been reviewed, IVI will contact all successful applicants of their acceptance as a fellowship recipient.
How Do I Apply for the Course and for the Fellowship?
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|Day 1||Fundamentals: Epidemiology and Immunology|
|Day 2||Vaccine Discovery and Preclinical|
|Day 3||Clinical Development and Regulatory|
|Day 4||Vaccine Introduction Part 1: From Licensure to Introduction|
|Day 5||Vaccine Introduction: Part 2: From Introduction to Acceptance and Use|
The course will be held at the International Vaccine Institute, located at Seoul National University (SNU) Research Park, Seoul, Korea. Accommodations will be arranged by the International Vaccine Institute.
Please submit inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
With core support from
Republic of Korea