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Vaccine Immunology
  • Immune responses to vaccines
  • Immunology mechanisms
  • Immunopathogenesis
  • Immunity to infection
  • Classical immunology
  • Clinical immunology
  • Computational immunology
  • Diagnostic immunology
  • Evolutionary immunology
  •  Immunotherapy
  • Systems immunology
  • Cancer immunology

The mechanism of inducing immune response that can be humoral or cell mediated in the recipient is referred as Immunization.

Vaccines comprise a non-dangerous configuration of the bacteria or virus that generates the disease you are being immunized against. The bacteria or virus will be killed, greatly weakened, or broken down into minute parts before use in the vaccine so that they can trigger an immune response without making you sick. Vaccines interact with the immune system and often create an immune response homogenous to that produced by the natural infection, but they do not subject the recipient to the disease and its potential complications. Many vaccines also produce immunologic memory same to that acquired by having the natural disease.

Committee Members
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2023 - Stefan Gluck

Stefan Gluck

Jessica McDonough PhD Co-Founder Attivare, United States
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2023 - Hemanta Kumar Kar

Hemanta Kumar Kar

Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences(KIMS), India
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2023 - Sudhakar Bangera

Sudhakar Bangera

MBBS, MD, MMedSc, Fellow-Vaccinology Managing Partner AILEEN Clinical Research Services AILEEN, India
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2023 - Mayra Ramos Suzarte

Mayra Ramos Suzarte

Center of Molecular Immunology, Cuba

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