Friday, October 24, 2014

New FDA and BARDA Keynotes Provide Regulatory and Global Perspectives at Vaccines Development & Production Summit

We are excited to announce the addition of two keynote speakers to IBC's Vaccine Development Production Summit taking place December 8-9, 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts.
  1. - Tina Roecklin, Consumer Safety Officer of FDA offers regulatory perspective on the goals for characterization of glycoconjugate vaccines, which have proved to be very effective at preventing diseases caused by encapsulated bacteria. Examples of the methodology used to address these goals for characterization will be presented.
  2. - Arlene Joyner, Senior Project Officer/Program Manager of BARDA provides an overview of the key BARDA Core Service programs that are designed to assist pharmaceutical companies developing novel vaccines and therapeutics to protect against Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) threats as well as emerging infectious diseases such as Ebola and pandemic influenza. 
In addition to these two great keynote additions, this year's program brings together a global panel of vaccine experts to help you:
  • - Benchmark your vaccine development progress against today's national headlining cancer vaccine developments 
  • - Create a more efficient vaccine manufacturing process - Improve the efficacy of your vaccine therapeutic
  • - Utilize new technologies to enhance your research and delivery efforts 
 For full program details download the brochure today.

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