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Clinical Vaccine Development and Biomanufacturing Course

17th September 2019 to 20th September 2019

This course has been developed in close collaboration with leading clinicians, veterinarians and industrial partners who conduct clinical trials.

The course is designed as a stand-alone module or can be taken as an add-on to the Human and Veterinary Vaccinology module.

The course aims to provide:

  • An overview of pre-clinical testing and the pathway from pre-clinical testing to field trials.
  • A more detailed discussion of vaccine immunogenicity, testing vaccine immunogenicity in the field and the need for correlates of immune protection. The different phases of vaccine testing from Phase I to IV.
  • An overview of the development of veterinary vaccines.
  • An introduction to the principles and conduct of Good Clinical Practice.

The Vaccine Biomanufacturing section of this course will be designed in close collaboration with our industrial partners to provide:

  • An overview of vaccine markets and growth drives for developed and developing settings.
  • An overview of the biomanufacturing processes used for the production of a spectrum of vaccines.
  • The principles of GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) and how these are applied to vaccine production.
  • An introduction to Quality Assurance and the use of molecular methods to verify quality.

The Programme provides state-of-the-art teaching in both human and veterinary vaccinology, drawing on the experience of Oxford University, the world-renowned Jenner Institute based in Oxford and our partners in industry.

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Experts from Oxford University and industry will be invited to provide lectures and lead discussion sessions.

There are now two courses in the Vaccinology Programme (including this course):

Human and Veterinary Vaccinology (one week course)
Clinical Vaccine Development and Biomanufacturing (four-day course)

For further details and to view the programme details can be found here.

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