The World Vaccine Congress, in existence for over two decades, has grown to become the largest and most established conference dedicated to vaccines, globally. The World Vaccine Congress 2022 will bring together thousands of industry experts across the entire vaccine landscape, with key sessions dedicated to the fight against COVID-19. Taking place April 18-21 at the flagship hotel, Marriott Marquis Washington, DC, the event will be one of the first opportunities to meet in person since the pandemic began to learn, share experiences and ground-breaking knowledge, and network with others who are working against COVID-19 and on other important vaccines.
“If there is anything that the last two years have taught this industry, it’s that the pandemic has certainly put the focus on the need for cutting-edge research to produce more and better vaccines,” Devana Solutions CEO and Co-Founder Barry Lake.
Inside Peek: 2022 World Vaccine Congress Washington
An event that prides itself on covering every subject across the entire vaccine value chain, here is what to expect if you are attending:
- Visionary Presenters
- Engaging Agenda
- Networking Breaks
- Vaccine Excellence Awards
This year’s presenters are disruptors and visionary industry leaders from the biopharma industry. They are selected for their relevance, dynamism, and insight. Just a handful of speakers at the World Vaccine Congress include:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mitchell Wolfe
- Countermeasures Acceleration Group (formerly known as Operation Warp Speed) COVID Vaccine Lead Matthew Hepburn
- Food and Drug Administration Clinical Deputy Director Doran Fink
- And executives from both the public and private sector, including USDA, Pfizer, Eurofins, GSK, NIH, and more!
From basic research to commercial manufacture, World Vaccine Congress covers the whole vaccine value chain where science, government and manufacturers all come together to create ground-breaking progress. If you are involved in vaccines or new to it because of the pandemic, World Vaccine Congress is the most important meeting you will be part of in 2022.
Here are some of the topics discussed each day:
- Biodefense and preparedness
- Maternal immunization
- Vaccine Technology
- Antimicrobial resistance
- Antibodies in treating COVID and infectious diseases
- Plenary Sessions
- Interactive roundtable discussions
- Evening drinks & ViE Awards Dinner
April 20 & 21
- COVID, influenza and other respiratory diseases
- Immune profiling
- Cancer immunotherapy
- One health and veterinary vaccines
- Clinical trials and development
- Market access
- Supply & logistics
- Newly infectious and chronic diseases
Being the first in-person World Vaccine Congress since 2020, networking is an essential part of the conference experience. You can find new opportunities to collaborate or meet other people in your field. With over 30 scheduled networking events, from coffee breaks to luncheons, there is ample opportunity to learn and network with colleagues across the industry.
Vaccine Excellence Awards
On Tuesday, April 19th, the World Vaccine Congress will be hosting the 15th Annual Vaccine Industry Excellence Awards Ceremony & Dinner. The Scientific Advisory Board members will help make the final decision in each category, and the winners will be announced at the dinner.
“Devana Solutions is proud to have supported many of the leading vaccine research site organizations that stepped up in a big way during the COVID pandemic, including hyperCORE International, Benchmark Research, Centricity Research, Javara Research, Velocity Clinical Research and Accel Research Sites. We wanted to be in Washington, D.C. to support many of these clients nominated for well-deserved Vaccine Excellence Awards,” said Lake.
Are you planning on attending the 2022 World Vaccine Congress Washington? We’d love to chat. Devana Solutions’ CEO and Co-founder Barry Lake and Director, Strategic Partnerships, Emily Hardy, will be attending the show in the nation’s capital and are available to discuss how technology can improve your clinical trial management process. Connect with Barry or Emily on LinkedIn or use the contact form at the bottom of the page to set something up before the big event!