CCfV Infectious Disease Research Day 2016

The Canadian Center for Vaccinology (CCfV) is sponsoring the 2016 Infectious Disease Research Day on April 25-26, 2016 at the IWK Health Centre and Halifax Infirmary. Faculty, researchers, trainees, and members of the community are all invited to take part in this educational event. (There is no fee to attend, but registration is required to obtain CME credits.) Topics […]
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Congratulations to Dr. David Scheifele

Congratulations to Dr. David Scheifele on being chosen the 2015 recipient of the Bill and Marilyn Webber Lifetime Achievement Award.  The award recognizes extraordinary members of the Faculty of Medicine who have had distinguished careers at UBC in the areas of research, teaching and/or service. Read more about the award and Dr. Scheifele’s achievements here.
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Results from the 2013 childhood National Immunization Coverage Survey (cNICS) released by PHAC

Results from the 2013 National Immunization Coverage Survey have been released by the Public Health Agency of Canada. This survey is the first with a sample size large enough to estimate provincial and territorial levels of immunization coverage. The 2013 cNICS was conducted by Statistics Canada on behalf of the Public Health Agency of Canada. Read the report […]
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Experts gather to discuss gaps in Maternal Immunization

Landscape Analysis of the Immunobiology of Maternal Immunization May 25-27, 2015 Experts from around the world gathered in Vancouver, BC to discuss key knowledge gaps in pregnancy and early life immunity in relation to maternal immunization.  Results of the Maternal Immunization Workshop will guide future research directions to reduce newborn and infant morbidity and mortality. […]
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Connecting Canadian Vaccinologists

The CAIRE membership represents over 140 researchers and stakeholders from more than 30 institutions across Canada. Membership includes most of the “translational” vaccine experts involved in vaccine and program development, evaluation and training.

Membership provides an opportunity to share, connect, and collaborate within Canada for evaluation of new vaccines, building the rationale for new public programs and optimizing public immunization programs.

Become a Member

Become a CAIRE member to be connected with other Canadian vaccinologists. Click here to register