Vaccine design and drug delivery technology
The Vaccine Design and Delivery Group is an interdisciplinary and global group containing roughly 10 scientists of different foundations including drug specialists, researcher, organic chemists, physicists and biotechnologists. Since its revelation in 1796 by Edward Jenner, vaccines have been an essential part of therapeutics, opposing several infectious diseases with outstanding achievement. As of late, because of quick advances in proteomics, genomics, biotechnology and immunology and the overabundance of learning amassed in related fields, it is reasonable for vaccine development to advance at an exponential pace. Vaccines are stable, economical, require fewer doses and can be administered using needle free systems are universal significance.
- Track 1-1 Design of new vaccines
- Track 2-2 Role of nanoparticles
- Track 3-3 Recent trends in designing
- Track 4-4 Polymers in vaccine delivery
- Track 5-5 Route of administration