ADVAC Course - Apply Before 15th November

Agenda & Minutes
15 October 2015

The next ADVAC course will take place in Veyrier du Lac (Annecy), France from 23 May to 3 June 2016 . Please note that the deadline for receipt of applications is 15 November 2015.


This advanced course is for scientists and decision-makers involved in vaccine development, in the elaboration of new vaccination strategies or in policy decisions related to the introduction of new vaccines in public health programmes, at national or international levels. It is relevant for both the public and private sectors.

For more information on application, click here.

Participants (maximum 65) will be selected by the international scientific committee, according to their:
• E ducational background,
• Involvement in vaccinology,
• Decision-making responsibility in vaccinology,
• Expected impact of the course at personal, institutional and national levels (maximum one per institution).

Please note that the SIVAC initiative can sponsor NITAG members and/or help NITAG members with funding

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