JLABS is taking the lead in exploring new and innovative approaches to vaccinations with their upcoming event, "Breaking Dependencies on Seasonal Vaccines to Address Infectious Diseases." This forward-looking program is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, May 17, 2023, at JLABS in Washington, DC, from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
The event aims to examine the potential of technology to break the dependence on annual or seasonal vaccinations and provide more durable and reliable solutions for preventing infectious diseases such as coronaviruses, influenza, and rhinoviruses. Through innovation, there is an opportunity to enhance the impact and acceptance of vaccinations, achieve more consistent and impactful outcomes, and limit the spread of infectious diseases across large populations, regardless of risk level.
The program will explore the state of innovation in breaking seasonal dependencies and explore the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for researchers and innovators in the field. The agenda includes arrival and registration at 11:00 AM, followed by welcome and opening remarks by Sally Allain, Head of JLABS @ Washington, DC and Rachel Rath, Director, BARDA Alliance at 11:30 AM. Attendees will then have the opportunity to engage in panel discussions starting at 11:35 AM. The event will also provide time for lunch and networking at 1:00 PM.
"Breaking Dependencies on Seasonal Vaccines to Address Infectious Diseases" promises to be a significant event for healthcare professionals, researchers, and industry leaders interested in advancing vaccination technology and reducing the impact of infectious diseases on global health.
Visit https://breakingdependencies.splashthat.com/ to learn more and register today.