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Most Recent Presentations

Title

Author

Where presented

When
Prevention of infection, prevention of disease and immunotherapy Mark Hatherill TB Vaccines Fourth Global Forum, Shanghai, China. 21-24 April 2015.
Drama sets the stage Michele Tameris Fourth TB Conference, Durban. 10-13 June 2014.
Progression from M Tuberculosis infection to TB disease is marked by an increased Interferon response en perturbation of blood Leukocyte subsets. Adam Penn-Nicholson Fourth TB Conference, Durban. 10-13 June 2014.
Update on TB vaccines Mark Hatherill

Fifth FIDSSA Conference.

10-12 October 2013.
Remarkable durability of Ag85A-specific CD4 T cell memory responses up to 6 years after MVA85A vaccination Thomas Scriba TB Vaccines Third Global Forum. 24-27 March 2013.

BCG: What have we learnt about vaccination of the newborn.

Thomas Scriba

 

World Health Organisation: Workshop on Heterologous Prime-Boost Strategies for HIV, Malaria and Tuberculosis Vaccines.

17-18 April 2012.

Title Author Where presented When
Development of a Mass Cytometry (CyTOF) platform to investigate Immunological correlates of TB risk in an endemic setting. Virginie Rozot Cyto 2015, Glasgow 26-30 June 2015
Revaccination Induces Durable Unconventional Immune Responses in Latently Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M.tb) Infected Adults. Sara Suliman TB Vaccines Fourth Global Forum, Shanghai, China. 21-24 April 2015.
Immunogenicity of Bacille Calmette-Guérin (BCG) via a disposable syringe jet injector
versus conventional needle and syringe administration.
Helen  Mearns TB Vaccines Fourth Global Forum, Shanghai, China. 21-24 April 2015.
Blind Prediction of Risk of Progression to TB Disease in African Household TB Contacts Using Transcriptomic Correlates of Risk. Sara Sulioman Keystone: Host Response in Tuberculosis, Santa Fe, USA. January 2015.

 

The Importance of School Involvement when conducting adolescent vaccine trials.

Ratangee

Fourth TB Conference, Durban. 10-13 June 2014.

Evolution of the BCG lesion in neonates and adults.

Michele Van Rooyen Fourth TB Conference,  Durban. 10-13 June 2014.

Title Author Where presented  

The Immune Response to BCG Vaccination of Newborns


Willem Hanekom

 

Exploring Development of a Birth Cohort to Understand and Prevent Disease of Children in the Developing World Workshop.

22-25 October 2007.

Lessons learned from vaccine studies in South Africa


Tony Hawkridge

Exploring Development of a Birth Cohort to Understand and Prevent Disease of Children in the Developing World Workshop. 22-25 October 2007.