Become a member of the International Veterinary Vaccinology Network
The Network provides the opportunity to establish multi-partnered, international collaborations that bring together the diverse skills that can accelerate the development of vaccines.
The IVVN Conference 2020, hosted in partnership with CIRAD and the National Institute of Veterinary Research, will be held at the Melia Hotel in Hanoi, Vietnam.
The IVVN fund pump-priming projects to accelerate the development of vaccines for livestock diseases of importance in LMICs. Find out more about the ten exciting projects we have funded so far.
The IVVN African Schools Outreach Programme is a collaborative initiative which trains and supports women scientists working in Africa to deliver schools outreach workshops and inspire the next generation of African scientists.
Results from the 2018 survey of IVVN members.
The IVVN and BactiVac Network funded a workshop on vaccines for tilapia, which was held at the Biotechnology Center of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, in September 2019.
Dr David Shamaki and Dr Reuben A Ocholi introduce the National Veterinary Research Institute (NVRI) in Nigeria and the different animal vaccines currently undergoing research, development and manufacture at NVRI.
Dr Michael James Francis of BioVacc Consulting Ltd, and member of the UK Vaccine Network and Board Member of the International Veterinary Vaccinology Network, highlights the recent launch of the Veterinary Vaccine Development Process Map.