Programme

Science Talks

What vaccination means for mankind: past, present and future.

Monday 30 September 2019
THE STORY OF FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT

Suchita Guntakatta, DEPUTY DIRECTOR, STRATEGY PLANNING & MANAGEMENT FOR THE GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT POLIO TEAM AT THE BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION (to be confirmed)

THE STORY OF 1000 MADAGASCAR CHILDREN

Helen Bedford, PROFESSOR OF CHILDREN’S HEALTH, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON, UK

THE STORY OF RYKER ROQUE
Tony Fooks, HEAD OF THE RABIES AND WILDLIFE ZOONOSES GROUP, VETERINARY LABORATORIES AGENCY, WEYBRIDGE, UK
THE STORY OF BREANNE PALMER
Ab Osterhaus, RIZ HANNOVER, GERMANY
Anders Hviid, STATENS SERUM INSTITUT, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
Emilie Karafillakis, THE VACCINE CONFIDENCE PROJECT – LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE & TROPICAL MEDICINE (to be confirmed)
Maurizio Barbeschi, HEALTH AND SECURITY INTERFACE, WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION