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New Technologies, New Vaccine VIII

How New Science is Shaping Regulatory and Business Decision Making

 

Previously titled “New Cells, New Vaccines” the conference name has been changed to reflect the tremendous impact of new technologies on the development and manufacture of vaccines.

 

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2014 Annual Conference on Vaccine Research

 

The Annual Conference on Vaccine Research (ACVR) provides high-quality, current reports of scientific progress and best practices featured in both invited presentations and submitted oral abstracts and posters.

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ACVR Postcard

 

Registration Now Open

 

 

IABS is proud to announce

 

Dr. Kathryn C. Zoon

is the recipient of the

2014 William S. Hancock Award

for Outstanding Achievements in CMC Regulatory Science

 

Invitation to Join Brighton Collaboration

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Career opportunities


About IABS PDF Print E-mail


The International Alliance for Biological Standardization (IABS) is an independent, non-profit scientific Alliance,  governed by Articles 60-79 of the Swiss Civil code and by its Constitution. Its office is located in Geneva (Switzerland).

IABS has about 250 members in over 50 countries.

Mission

IABS is devoted to the scientific and medical advancement of biologicals, by facilitating communication among those who develop, produce and regulate biological products for human and animal health.

Objectives

  • To provide a unique platform for discussion and the development of consensus positions on contemporary issues related to biologicals;
  • To create an ongoing interface among leaders in clinical and basic research, biological product development, public health, manufacturing and regulation, by organizing scientific conferences and publishing reports of such meetings;
  • To facilitate the establishment of international reference materials and the formulation of international guidance documents for biological substances used in human and veterinary medicine, through its conferences and publications;
  • To promote uniform methods for establishing the international quality of biological products;
  • To encourage research in connection with the characterization, standardization, quality, production, and clinical use of biological products.

History

IABS was founded in Lyon, France, in 1955 by a group of independent experts who believed that such an organization could provide a forum where data could be discussed among scientists working in research, development, production, standardization and regulation of human and veterinary biological products with the ultimate aim of using sound scientific data to improve the quality of biological products and their regulation.

 

A few words from the President

IABS has an ambitious agenda for 2014 both in terms of conferences that we are sponsoring and co-sponsoring, as well as initiatives that we are taking to strengthen our working relationships with other organizations with an interest in biologicals.  You will be hearing more about this in the months ahead. In the meantime, I look forward to working with you, our committees, the scientific secretariat and the Board to achieve our goals.

With best regards,

John Petricciani, MD

Veterinary Scientific Committee

Read more about Alternatives to Antibiotics, Challenges and Solutions in Animal Production

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Now available !

Vaccines and Diagnostics for Transboundary Animal Diseases

International Symposium, Ames, Iowa, September 2012: Proceedings

Editor(s): Roth J.A. (Ames, Iowa) ; Richt J.A. (Manhattan, Kansas); Morozov I.A. (Manhattan, Kansas)


Please use this link to order the book: http://www.karger.com/Book/Home/259868

IABS has signed an MoU with the following organizations:

Fondation Mérieux

Brighton Collaboration

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