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.
Public Health 2016 Sheraton Centre Toronto | Toronto, ON June 13-16
The Canadian Public Health Association is pleased to launch the Preliminary Program for Public Health 2016.
Public Health 2016 is the national public health for
um where people come together to strengthen efforts to improve health and well-being, to share the latest research and information, to promote best practices and to advocate for evidence-based public health issues and policies.
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.)
“Why Prophylactic HPV Vaccines Work so Well: Implications for Future Vaccines.”
“New to Canada 2016 – What is Nova Scotia learning about Infectious Disease Screening and Immunization in Refugees?”
“Love in the Time of Antimicrobials”
CAIRE was a proud collaborator in hosting the Vaccinology Research Symposium on November 5-6, 2015. This Festschrift held in honor of Dr. David Scheifele’s research career was organized by the Division of Infectious Disease, Department of Pediatrics at the University of British Columbia. Speakers from around the world joined us for the Symposium with all speakers either being former trainees of Dr. Scheifele and the Division of Infectious Diseases or long time research collaborators of Dr. Scheifele.
On 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. The workshop and analysis were funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
CAIRE and the Meningitis Foundation of Canada hosted a Research Round Table on April 3rd, 2014. The webcast was recorded which provides an opportunity for individuals from all over Canada to watch and participate. Speakers presented on the global lessons learned from Meningococcal C vaccine programs and factors for decision-makers to consider for the implementation of Meningococcal B vaccine programs, the epidemiology, safety surveillance capacity, vaccine acceptance issues and economic modelling related to Meningococcal disease in Canada. Speakers and participants identified research priorities prior, during and after the presentations. Analysis and presentation of the results of these ranked research priorities have yet to be distributed and/or published.
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