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ESCMID Panorama

Final Programme

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Friday, 8 September 2017

08:30 - 

09:00

Opening of the Conference Mario Poljak, Susanna Esposito and Ron Dagan
Opening symposium: Equity in immunization 

Chairpersons: Robb Butler (WHO), Ron Dagan (IL)

 

09:00 - 

09:25

Equity in health; principles and policy considerationsTammy Boyce (UK)

09:25 - 

09:50

Inequalities in vaccine uptake among refugees and immigrants Marie Louise Nørredam (DK)

09:50 - 

10:15

Defining health equity in relation to immunization Robb Butler (WHO Europe)

10:15 - 

10:45

Discussion
10:45 - 
11:15
Coffee break

 

Vaccine-preventable diseases – exposing the gaps Chairpersons: Robb Butler (WHO), Paolo Bonanni (IT)
11:15 - 
11:40
Measles and mumpsOle Wichmann (DE)
11:40 - 
12:05
DiphtheriaAnderula Efstraiou (UK)
12:05 - 
12:30
Meningococcus Shamez Ladhani (UK)
12:30 - 
13:00
Discussion
13:00 - 
14:15
Lunch break
Vaccines for new global threatsChairpersons: Susanna Esposito (IT), Stanley Plotkin (US)
14:15 - 
14:40
EbolaBarney Graham (NIH)
14:40 - 
15:05
Brazil catastrophe of Zika from the start to the current daysMarco Aurelio Safadi (BR)
15:05 - 
15:30
Zika vaccinesAlan Barrett (US)
15:30 - 
16:00
Discussion
16:00 - 
16:30
Coffee break
Old foe – new solutions? Is a new tuberculosis vaccine still a dream?Chairperson: Willem Hanekom (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation), Thomas Cherian (WHO)
16:30 - 
16:55
Current epidemiology Marieke von der Werf (ECDC)
16:55 - 
17:20
Current implementation Mark Hatherill (ZA)
17:20 - 
17:45
Novel vaccine horizons Willem Hanekom (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)
17:45 - 
18:15
Discussion
18:30 - 
20:30
Networking event

Saturday, 9 September 2017

Progress in RSV vaccinesChairpersons: Louis Bont (NL), Susanna Esposito (IT)

08:30 - 

08:55

New insights in RSV epidemiologyHarish Nair (UK)

08:55 - 

09:20

RSV vaccines to prevent disease in infantsLouis Bont (NL)

09:20 - 

09:45

RSV vaccines to prevent disease in adultsTom Wilkinson (UK)

09:45 - 10:15

Discussion
10:15 - 
10:45
Coffee break
Did we learn how to better communicate?Chairpersons: Robb Butler (WHO), Federico Martinon (ES)

10:45 - 

11:00

Pandemic flu Jonathan van Tam (UK)

11:10 - 

11:35

HPVKatrine Habersaat (WHO)

11:35 - 

12:05

Discussion
12:05 - 
13:20
Lunch break
New approaches for implementation of vaccinesChairpersons: Ron Dagan (IL), Robb Butler (WHO)

13:20 - 

13:45

Childhood influenza vaccination also protects against disease in adultsAdam Finn (UK)

13:45 - 

14:10

Reduced dose PCV – is the world ready for it?Keith Klugman (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)

14:10 - 

14:40

Discussion

14:40 -

15:05

Non-specific effect of vaccinesFederico Martinon (ES)

15:05 -

15:35

Discussion

15:35 - 

16:00

Endgame of PolioAnanda Bandyopadhyay (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)

16:00 - 

16:30

Discussion

Sunday, 10 September 2017

New vaccines for old diseasesChairpersons: Adam Finn (UK), Keith Klugman (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)

08:30 -

08:55

Zoster Paolo Bonanni (IT)

08:55 -

09:20

CMV Stanley Plotkin (US)

09:20 -

09:45

Norovirus Miguel O’Ryan (CL)

09:45 -

10:10

Malaria Adrian Hill (UK)

10:10 -

10:40

Discussion
10:40 - 
11:10
Coffee break
Innovative approaches for vaccines against old diseases Chairpersons: Shamez Ladhani (UK), Pekka Nuorti (FI)

11:10 - 

11:35

Pneumococcal vaccines – beyond the current spectrum of polysaccharide antigens Rick Malley (US)

11:35 - 

12:00

Are we ready to accommodate the increasing number of new vaccines and the increasing number of target populations? Liz Miller (UK)
12:00 - 12:30Discussion

12:30 -

13:00

 

Closing remarks
13:00 -
14:15
Lunch break
Last update: 25 August 2017