European Vaccine Initiative (EVI) begins its third decade developing vaccines for diseases against poverty. Fundraising management and reporting are crucial aspects for EVI’s strategic planning and stakeholders’ engagement.
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EVI has an exciting new Project Manager position. Deadline for applications: 15th January 2018, 17:00 CET. For more information please click here. We look forward to receiving your application.
I4ID, Lyon (France) on December 11-12, 2017
EDCTP funded MVVC2 study published today in Frontiers in Immunology: showing safety and immunogenicity of malaria vectored vaccines given with routine EPI vaccines in Gambian infants and neonates
Fresh funding has been awarded by the GHIT Fund to EVI and its partners from Nagasaki University, German biopharmaceutical firm Mologen AG, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) to support the completion of the preclinical development of a novel leishmaniasis vaccine candidate and for preparing the conduct of a future Phase I clinical trial.
The EVI 2016 Annual Report provides an overview of all the activities EVI was involved in during 2016. We hope it will be an interesting read for you.
After four years of collaborative research activities towards the development of a broadly reactive influenza vaccine, the European Commission-funded project EDUFLUVAC will be concluded by the end of October 2017. The EDUFLUVAC partners met for the final project meeting on 09-10 October in Brussels, Belgium to review the results generated and plan for future activities.
Open Call for Vaccine Development Services
The European Commission Research and Innovation Directorate published a report it had commissioned to evaluate the role and impact of the European Union’s (EU) Research Framework Programme activities in the field of Poverty-Related and Neglected Diseases (PRNDs).