Dr. Michael Makanga will replace Professor Charles Mgone as Eecutive Director of The European & Developing Countries' Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) in January 2016.
Dr. Makanga comes from a position as Head of EDCTP Africa Office in Cape Town, which he has held since 2008.
The Institute of Tropical Medicine and International Health in Berlin is offering a two week Advanced Vaccinology Course at Campus Virchow Klinikum CVK Charité, Berlin, 11-22 January 2016.
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A placental malaria vaccine R&D project from EVI (PRIMALVAC), funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Germany is the subject of an article in the latest BMBF Health Research news letter. The article provides some background information about placental malaria, and summarises the approach followed in PRIMALVAC to develop a vaccine for this particular form of malaria. See page 10 “Malaria in der Schwangerschaft: Gefahr für Mutter und Kind".
The first EDUFLUVAC workshop on immunoassay standardisation for universal flu vaccines took place on 18-19 June 2015 at the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC), UK. This workshop was co-organised and co-sponsored by the National Institute of Health (NIH) / National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), USA.
BELLEROPHON would like to make a call for the process development and production in E. coli according to Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) of a protein vaccine candidate to be used in toxicological and phase I studies. The subcontracting is expected in Q4 2015.
The annual meeting of MVVC / MVVC 2 held in Oxford in March is mentioned in the EDCTP May news letter (page 6). Field trials of a new combination malaria vaccine, which are an integral part of the MVVC2 project, are funded by among others EDCTP.
Want to learn more about what EVI is doing, then join us for the 2015 Rendez-Vous on 9 December.
It is an increasing popular event, bringing together people from all corners of the scientific community, the European Commission and other like funders.
The results of JAIVAC phase I clinical trial of a recombinant blood stage vaccine candidate for plasmodium falciparum malaria based on MSP1 and EBA175 were published in PLOS one in April 2015.
This project was supported financially by the Department of Biotechnology and Irish Aid.
Vaccine Management Assistant - new deadline 5 June 2015 17:00 CET. Download PDF-version
An eighteen month junior position for a motivated individual for a phase I vaccine clinical trial.
Project Manager - deadline 15 June 2015 17:00 CET. Download PDF-version
A three year junior position to work with international partners.
EVI would like to thank all those who applied for these positions, and for their interest in EVI.
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