Dr Thumbi Mwangi gave a webinar on rabies and vaccination's role in the goal to eliminate the disease from Africa by 2030.
The new courses will be aimed at early career researchers in low- and middle-income countries and will cover a range of scientific and soft skills.
Seven speakers joined the symposium to present their work on the development of vaccines against swine pathogens.
Dr Michael Francis spoke to IVVN members about veterinary coronaviruses and the lessons for Covid-19 vaccination in our first ever webinar.
The Award for Inspiring & Innovating Science's Scientific Outreach category highlights initiatives that support girls and women in STEM.
The day commemorates French scientist Louis Pasteur, who, on 6 July 1885, administered the first vaccine against rabies.
The awards will fund research on vaccines for contagious bovine pleuropneumonia, bovine babesiosis and avian influenza.
You can now browse members by career stage, discipline, and by the host species, pathogen species and vaccine development stage they work on.
Six scientists, equipped with their mobile laboratory, visited Lusaka Girls Secondary School to deliver an interactive workshop.
Six of the 10 pump-priming projects the IVVN has funded are led by women. Our new video highlights their work on International Women's Day.
Funded by the IVVN and Canada’s International Development Research Centre, the fellowships will support female postdoctoral scientists in LMICs.
The US Animal Vaccinology Research Coordination Network is modelled broadly on the UK Vaccinology Network and the International Veterinary Vaccinology Network (IVVN).