Bacterial Diseases
  • Caries vaccine
  • Ehrlichiosis vaccine
  • Leprosy vaccine
  • Lyme disease vaccine
  • Staphylococcus aureus vaccine
  • Streptococcus pyogenes vaccine
  • Syphilis vaccine
  • Tularemia vaccine
  • Yersinia pestis vaccine

Bacteria’s are unicellular microorganisms. These are among the earliest known life forms on earth. There are different kinds of bacteria, and exists in every conceivable environments all over the world.  Few are airborne and others are most prevalent in water, soil, plants, animals, and even people also.

There are many strains of bacteria that are not harmful and some are even helpful, the bacteria found in the human gastrointestinal tract will aid digestion and produce vitamins. There are some who causes infections in humans, which results as bacterial diseases. Some bacteria can be quite hazardous, for example: Salmonella, Pneumonia

Committee Members
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2022 - Sudhakar Bangera

Sudhakar Bangera

University of Hong Kong, India
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2022 - Vincenzo Alfano

Vincenzo Alfano

University of Messina, Italy
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2022 - George Liu

George Liu

Firstline Biopharmaceuticals Corporation, United States
IVC 2022 Speakers
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2022 - David Forgacs

David Forgacs

University of Georgia Center for Vaccines and Immunology, United States
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2022 - George Liu

George Liu

Firstline Biopharmaceuticals Corporation, United States
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2022 - Christine Bricault

Christine Bricault

Sanofi Vaccines, United States
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2022 - Rosane Cuber Guimaraes

Rosane Cuber Guimaraes

Bio-Manguinhos/ Fiocruz, Brazil
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2022 - Vincenzo Alfano

Vincenzo Alfano

University of Messina, Italy
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2022 - Sherif Salah

Sherif Salah

Cairo University , Egypt

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