iCubed and EpiVax will be hosting a workshop in vaccine design and Computational Vaccinology, to be held at the Institut Pasteur in Paris, France on October 4th, 2017.
Students and researchers will have the opportunity to learn about the state-of-the-art iVAX informatics toolkit and how it may be applied to rapidly develop vaccines. Topic areas include malaria, neglected and emerging infectious diseases (NTD/EID), cancer vaccines, and computational vaccine (CV) design methods. Participants will hear from speakers who have used the iVAX toolkit to identify epitopes and design vaccines in real-time. Speakers include Annie De Groot, M.D. (URI/Epivax); Rogerio Amino, Ph.D. (Institut Pasteur); Pietro Bertino (University of Hawaii Cancer Center); Frances Terry and Guilhem Richard (Epivax).
The workshop will be held prior to the International Society of Vaccines Annual Congress, on October 5 – 7, 2017 at the Institut Pasteur. Registration is required for the workshop.
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See below for more information on previous NTD/EID Computational Vaccinology workshops: