HYBRID EVENT: You can participate in person at Baltimore, Maryland, USA or Virtually from your home or work.
Vaccines Safety, Efficacy & Regulatory affairs
  •  Adverse effect (medicine)
  • Adverse drug reaction
  • Artificial induction of immunity
  • Eczema vacinatum
  • Norovirus vaccine
  • Respiratory syncytial virus vaccine for humans
  • Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) vaccine
  • West Nile virus vaccine for humans
  •  Zika fever

Before recommending a vaccine for use, it should be tested in labs. This procedure can take many years. FDA uses the information from these tests to agree whether to test the vaccine with people or not.

Regulatory bodies like the FDA meticulously review data from these trials before granting authorization for public use. Monitoring continues post-approval to track any adverse effects and maintain safety standards.Efficacy measures the vaccine's ability to prevent disease under ideal conditions, while safety ensures its minimal side effects.

Throughout a clinical trial, a vaccine should be tested on people who agree to get vaccinated.  The Clinical trials start with 20 - 100 volunteers, but ultimately include thousands of volunteers. These tests take so many years and answer important questions like:

  • Is the vaccine safe?
  • What dose (amount) works best?
  • How does the immune system react to it?

Adverse effect (medicine): An adverse effect is an unwanted harmful effect resulting from an intervention or other medication, such as surgery. An adverse effect also called as a "side effect", when judged to be secondary to a main or therapeutic effect.

Adverse drug reaction: An adverse drug reaction (ADR) can be defined as an unwanted or an unappreciated harmful reaction resulting from an intervention related to the use of a medicinal product. Adverse effects usually predict dangerous from future administration and warrant prevention, or alteration of the dosage regimen, or specific treatment or withdrawal of the product.

Artificial induction of immunity: The process of artificial induction of immunity enhances people immunity to a specific disorder by means other than waiting for them to catch the disease. The aim is to decrease the risk of death and suffering. Artificially acquired active immunity can be introduced to our body by a vaccine, a drug that contains the antigen. It will encourage the response against the antigen without causing symptoms of the disease.

Committee Members
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2024 - Khursheed Anwer

Khursheed Anwer

IMUNON Inc., United States
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2024 - Regina Au

Regina Au

BioMarketing Insight, United States
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2024 - Joe Smyser

Joe Smyser

The Public Good Projects, United States
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2024 - Vincenzo Alfano

Vincenzo Alfano

University of Napoli Parthenope, Italy
IVC 2024 Speakers
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2024 - Carly Contri

Carly Contri

American Academy of Pediatrics, United States
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2024 - Khursheed Anwer

Khursheed Anwer

IMUNON Inc., United States
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2024 - Sean Yanik

Sean Yanik

Johns Hopkins, United States
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2024 - Yen Hung Chow

Yen Hung Chow

National Health Research Institutes, Taiwan
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2024 - Ping Xie

Ping Xie

Rutgers University, United States
Speaker at International Vaccines Congress 2024 - David Craig Wright

David Craig Wright

D4 Labs, LLC, United States

Submit your abstract Today

Watsapp