Global Congress and Expo on Vaccine and Vaccination Techniques

April 16-18, 2018Dubai, UAE
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About Global Congress and Expo on Vaccine and Vaccination Techniques

Cognizance Scientific warmly welcomes all participants across the globe to attend Global Congress on Vaccine and Vaccination Techniques is going to be held at Dubai, during April 16-18,2018. Vaccine congress is mainly focused on “Vaccines research and Advance approach towards vaccination techniques for global cause” and its agenda is to produce high quality current research and best practices highlighted keynote presentations, oral and posters abstracts.

Vaccine congress gathers diverse disciplines involved in the research and development of vaccines and associated technologies for disease control through immunization. This global platform brings experts, Scientists, research scholars, academic and industry professionals to explore their work and enhance their skills for the improvement of our Scientific Community. Cognizance Scientific also provides an international exposure for young researchers and scholars through their research work by meeting expertise within the field of vaccines and enhancing their knowledge. The Conference comprises with symposium, workshops, Exhibitions, Young research forum, Poster sessions, renowned speakers and eminent keynote presentations. The global vaccines market is expected to grasp USD 48.03 Billion by 2021 from USD 32.24 Billion in 2017 at a CAGR of 8.3% from 2017 to 2021. The major factor driving the growth of this market are high prevalence of diseases, rising government and nongovernment funding for vaccine development, increasing investments by companies, and increasing focus on immunization programs

  • Topics
  • Important Dates
  • Cancer Vaccine
  • Treatment methods in Vaccines
  • Human Vaccines
  • Pediatric Vaccine
  • Disease Prevention, Control and Therapeutic Vaccines
  • HIV Vaccines
  • Neonatal Vaccines
  • Vaccine Research and Development
  • DNA Vaccine
  • Vaccine Safety and Efficacy
  • Geriatric Vaccine
  • Biological Vaccine
  • Immunization safety
  • Hepatitis Vaccines
  • Advance in Vaccine and Vaccination
  • Immunization and Infectious Diseases
  • Future Growth of Vaccine and Vaccination
  • Veterinary Vaccine
  • Maternity vaccines
  • Vaccine Production
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Earlybird Registration Date: Until Nov 23, 2017

Standard Registration Dates: From Nov 23, 2017 to Apr 16, 2018

Conference Date: April 16-18, 2018

Event Keynote Speakers

Ivana Haluskova

French society of immunology, France

Medical and cosmopolitan professional specialised in infectious diseases, internal medicine covering various therapeutic axes, certified in Immunology and Pediatric, MBA vaccinology and years of clinical practise contributing to bring innovative science and diplomacy for global health. Lived multi-country medical “field “experience in Southeast Asia (India in particular), West/Central/East Europe. Speaking French, English, Russian, Italian, Czech, Slovak with notion of Mandarin. Over 15 years of experience in pharmaceutical research and development for European and USA companies (Director of R&D for new delivery platforms focused on children and elderly) for various therapeutic areas for adults and children including neurodegenerative diseases, infectious diseases, metabolic diseases and orphan indications. Active member of French immunology society (SFI) administrative board and several international academic societies (focus on innovation of R&D reflecting immunology and genetic variability, role of immunologic approach for treatment and diagnostic, tackle problem of resistance for antimicrobials, antimalarial, antivirals etc). Member of advisory Health concern (India) and think tank group in order to attract attention to role of immunology, personalised and preventive medicine and accurate diagnostic and global cooperation in this area. Years of expertise to work globally within Europe, USA but recently more focused on BRICS - Asia (India in Particular) as a Medical advisor bringing new innovative concepts alive and getting them endorsed

Pearay L Ogra

University at Buffalo, USA

Dr. Ogra’s career in medicine began in the early 1960’s. His academic leadership has focused on research, teaching and patient care in childhood infections, mucosal vaccine development, and definition of biologic markers of immunity against human infections. His major scientific contributions began with the first functional characterization of secretory IgA and “alimentary” mucosal immunity in natural or vaccine induced infection with poliovirus. In subsequent investigations, he defined the role of secretory IgA and cellular mucosal immune responses to such human infections as rubella, mumps, hepatitis B virus and enteroviruses. His laboratory provided extensive immunologic characterization of human milk, its role in maternal-neonatal interactions and childhood infections, and the association of mammary glands with other components of the common mucosal immune system. Other investigations from his laboratory identified important components of host-pathogen interactions underlying the pathogenesis of mucosal infections, notably in Bronchiolitis due to respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), gastroenteritis due to rotavirus, and immunologic aspects of Otitis media in childhood. These include, demonstration of RSV specific IgE in the respiratory mucosa and its role in viral induced reactive airway disease, identification of rotavirus- specific receptor-binding sites in villous enterocytes in early infancy and the role of Bifidobacteria in modulating rotavirus-mucosal cell interactions, and development of IgA and other aspects of mucosal immune responses in the middle ear mucosa during otitis media. Dr. Ogra served as the chief of Pediatric infectious diseases and Professor of Pediatrics and Microbiology at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York until 1990, when he was appointed as the John Sealy Distinguished Chair Professor and Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), Pediatrician-in-Chief at the UTMB Children's Hospital, and as Professor of Microbiology and Immunology.. He retired from this position in 2002. Since that time, he has returned to the Children’s Hospital of Buffalo and is currently serving as Professor Emeritus, Department of Pediatrics at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Dr. Ogra has been a member of over 30 prestigious national and international scientific societies, These include election as ; Member, Association of American Physicians, American Society for Clinical Investigation, American Pediatric Society; Fellow ; Royal Society (Medicine) , London, UK . Infectious Diseases Society of America, American Academy of Microbiology. He has received multiple honors and awards, and has served as an honored guest and commencement speaker at medical school graduation events. He has served on many study sections, and national and international advisory panels of World Health Organization, National Institutes of Health (US) Institute of Medicine:, US National academy of Sciences, Federal Drug Administration ,International Vaccine Institute, Seoul, S. Korea, European Union ,Mucosal Vaccine Development Program (MUVAPRED). To date, Dr. Ogra has contributed over 440 peer reviewed original scientific publications and review articles. He has edited, in collaborations with many of his colleagues, 20 full-length books and monographs, has served as the founding editor of the first comprehensive textbook of Mucosal Immunology. During his investigative career, Dr. Ogra has served as the mentor of over 75 post-doctoral fellows and PhD students in Microbiology and Immunology and training of over 500 Pediatric residents. He continues to remain very active as a consultant and a teacher in the diverse areas of vaccine research and development and in the global issues of childhood infectious diseases. He devotes significant amount of his effort in the field in South Asia, towards the control of vaccine preventable diseases of the poor

Event Organizing Committee

View Biography GIULIO TARRO


Temple University
View Biography S. LOUISE COSBY


Queen’s University Belfast
View Biography VEYSEL KAYSER


The University of Sydney


Chairman, Influenza Foundation at Influenza Foundation of India

Venue Information

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Dubai is a city and emirate in the United Arab Emirates known for luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and a lively nightlife scene.


The location of the conference is located in the city center so it is easily reached by private or public vehicles which are available for 24 hours.


Flora Grand Hotel
Al Rigga Rd, Deira,Near Al Rigga Metro Station - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

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