Vaccines 2014

London, London
Monday, 20 October 2014

This event will be held at The O2,  a large entertainment district on the Greenwich peninsula in South East London, England.

About the Speakers

Nigel Temperton obtained his BSc in Microbiology and Genetics from UCL in 1990 and an MSc in Applied Molecular Biology of Infectious Diseases (1992), PhD in Molecular Parasitology (1999) and DLSHTM (2000) from LSHTM. After his PhD, Nigel returned to UCL as a post-doctoral scientist at the Centre for Virology. In 2003 Nigel transferred to the MRC/UCL Centre for Medical Molecular Virology initially as a senior post-doctoral scientist and subsequently Principal Investigator, funded by the MRC and industry. He is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Medway School of Pharmacy and Principal Scientist at the Viral Pseudotype Unit.

Chris Ward BSc is based in the eminent Triantafilou lab at Cardiff University. He has reported on Early Phase advances in HIV-1 immunotherapeutics as well as pattern recogition and host immune evasion themes. His PhD thesis concerns the innate immune recognition of HIV-1 and hepatotropic viruses. Chris sits on the scientific & clinical trial monitoring advisory board of the largest pan-European and Central Asian HIV, HCV and TB patient advocacy group, which advises major pharmaceutical companies concerning clinical trial protocol for compounds used in mono- and co-infected patients.This involvement has nurtured a special academic interest in the immunology of HIV/HCV co-infection.

Yuan Min Wang is currently working at the Centre for Kidney Research as a Senior Scientist and a Senior Lecturer in the University of Sydney, Australia. Dr Wang worked as a Gastroenterologist in China since 1987, obtained her Master’s Degree in the National University of Singapore in 1997. She completed a PhD at University of Sydney in 2002. For the last ten years, Yuan Min has led a program of research in DNA vaccination, regulatory T cells in renal disease. Her high quality research work has been demonstrated by leading journal publications in nephrology and in national and international conference presentation.

Nina Sanina graduated Voronezh State University in 1975 (specialty Biophysics). She works at Far Eastern Federal University since 1978. In 1989, she defended PhD Thesis ‘Thermotropic behavior of the major membrane lipids of marine invertebrates’ (specialty Biochemistry).  Since this year, she worked as a Senior Lecturer and then as Associate Professor. In 2006, she defended Dr. Sci Thesis ‘Membrane-forming lipids: physicochemical fundamentals of thermal adaptation of marine invertebrates and macrophytes’ and became Professor. Her main lecture courses are ‘Liquid crystals in biological systems’, ‘Immunology’, ‘Biochemistry’, ‘Biomembranes’, ‘Nanobiotechnology’. She is the author of more than 150 publications and 5 patents.

Lawrence Frenkel is an academic pediatrician, infectious disease specialist, and immunologist, who has devoted himself to teaching, research, clinical care and advocacy for over four decades.  He received his MD from Georgetown U, did his residency at the New York Hospital-Cornell,  served in the US Public Health Service, assigned to the Clinical Center of the NIH, and did a fellowship at Georgetown in Immunology and Infectious Diseases.  He has published or presented over 150 papers (in over 50 countries) fostering his  long term  interest in international travel and health.  Dr. Frenkel has been an editor and reviewer for a score of renowned, peer reviewed publications. He has been an advisor and grant reviewer for the March of Dimes, the World Health Organization, the Pan American Health Organization, the Gates Foundation, the CDC and the NIH, as well as the state health departments of New Jersey and Illinois.   He is currently a member of the NJ State Department of Health Immunization Registry Steering Committee and serving his second term as Co-Chair of the New Jersey Immunization Network.

Simon Scott began his research career as a DNA virologist, working in Cambridge and Newmarket on the molecular biology of animal  herpesviruses. Following an EU fellowship in Amsterdam studying human papillomavirus oncology, he spent over a decade undertaking research in field of cancer gene therapy using DNA and RNA virus delivery vectors, in both the UK and USA. After joining the University of Kent he established the Viral Pseudotype Unit with Dr Nigel Temperton. The focus of his pseudotype worksince has been on neglected influenza viruses and more recently emerging RNA viruses from other virus families (e.g. flaviviruses, bunyaviruses). 



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