The World Vaccine Congress, taking place April 1-4 in Washington D.C., is shaping up to be a landmark event for the vaccine community. This four-day conference will bring together over 450 speakers and 250 exhibitors from across the globe to discuss the latest advancements in vaccine science, development, and manufacturing.

What to Expect at the World Vaccine Congress

  • A comprehensive agenda covering the entire vaccine value chain: From basic research and clinical trials to manufacturing and access, the congress will cover all aspects of vaccine development and deployment.
  • Insights from leading experts: Over 450 speakers, including renowned scientists, industry leaders, and policymakers, will share their knowledge and perspectives on the latest vaccine developments.
  • Networking opportunities: The congress provides ample opportunities to connect with colleagues from around the world, build new relationships, and explore potential collaborations.
  • Exhibition showcasing the latest technologies and innovations: Over 250 exhibitors will showcase their latest products and services, providing attendees with a chance to see the cutting edge of vaccine technology.

Key Topics at the World Vaccine Congress

  • COVID-19 and beyond: The congress will feature a dedicated track on COVID-19, including sessions on the latest vaccine developments, pandemic preparedness, and next-generation vaccines.
  • Clinical development: Attendees will learn about the latest advancements in clinical trial design, regulatory pathways, and vaccine safety.
  • Manufacturing and supply chain: The congress will explore the challenges and opportunities in vaccine manufacturing, including capacity expansion, technology adoption, and global supply chain management.
  • Market access and equity: Sessions will focus on ensuring equitable access to vaccines for all, regardless of location or socioeconomic status.

Whether you are a scientist, clinician, industry professional, or policymaker, the World Vaccine Congress is the premier event for staying up-to-date on the latest developments in vaccine science and technology. This is an opportunity to learn from the world’s leading experts, network with your peers, and help shape the future of vaccines.