Administering vaccines and other drugs through the skin without
the use of conventional needles. Background information, scientific
bibliography, history, and links to media reports, policy
sources, devices and manufacturers, Needle-free
Injection Technology News Service, and other relevant
Vaccine Identification Standards
and resources for vaccine packaging, labeling, and recording,
to enhance the safety of vaccination and the accuracy and
convenience of transferring vaccine identifying information
into medical records and immunization registries.
Vaccine Formulary Selection Algorithm (exit
Prototype operations research tool for vaccine purchasers
to select the lowest-overall-cost formulary that will satisfy
the recommended childhood immunization schedule. Competes
existing and proposed monovalent and combination vaccines
on distinguishing features as incentives for product innovation.
on Vaccine Research: Basic Science • Product Development •
Clinical and Field Studies (exit
The world's largest scientific meeting devoted exclusively
to the research and development of vaccines and associated
technologies for the prevention of human and animal disease
24-26 May 2004, Arlington, VA
- 6th Annual Conference, 5-7 May
2003, Arlington, VA
- 5th Annual Conference, 6-8 May
2002, Baltimore, MD - (abstracts)
- 4th Annual Conference, 23-25 April
2001, Arlington, VA - (abstracts) (highlights)
- 3rd Annual Conference, 30 April
- 2 May 2000, Washington, DC - (abstracts) (highlights)
- 2nd Annual Conference, 28-30 March
1999, Bethesda, MD - (abstracts)
- 1st Annual Conference, 30 May
- 1 June 1998, Washington, DC -
Vaccine Development News from the International
AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) (exit
News from the
world of AIDS vaccine development, compiled by this
independent, private, non-governmental organization working
to speed the development and distribution of preventive AIDS
vaccines—"the world’s best hope for ending the AIDS epidemic".
IAVI maintains a database
on AIDS vaccines in development.
18-19 December 2003,
Rockville, MD, USA.
A forum for academic, clinical, industry, and government
participants to present and discuss the latest scientific
and clinical developments in non-needle delivery systems
for administering vaccines. It will feature technologies
for vaccination by the cutaneous and mucosal (oral, nasal,
pulmonary) routes and by percutaneous needle-free jet injection.
A principal objective is to facilitate delivery systems
for rapid mass vaccination campaigns.
Sponsored by the Office
of Public Health Emergency Preparedness of the U.S.
Department of Health and Human
Services and its component agencies CDC,
& CDRH/FDA, the
NVPO and the Strategic
Program Announcement and Additional Information.
PROCEEDINGS AND PRESENTATIONS, posted as a courtesy
by the National
Vaccine Program Office.
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