Written by: Samuel Oyola The advent of genomics and associated technologies have revolutionized life science research. Almost all aspect of life characteristics of an organism is associated with its genetic content, the DNA. By studying the order and arrangement of bases that make the DNA of an organism through sequencing, one gets to understand how …
Vish Nene reflects on the 2016 ECF consortium meeting north of London – the discussions, the people, the next steps.
A sub-group of the members of the ECF Consortium held a two-day meeting in Oxford to discuss one of the Consortium objectives, “To induce T-cell mediated immunity by targeting the schizont stage of the parasite.”
To be held 22-26 May 2016 in Cape Town, an important component of this Keystone Symposia meeting will be to stimulate crosstalk between the human and veterinary vaccine communities by highlighting cross-cutting technical advances and new science and knowledge from laboratory and field research.
Vish Nene reflects on the recent ECF Consortium meeting to review and assess progress with the project “Improved vaccines for the control of ECF in cattle in Africa.”
Announcing Keystone Symposia’s 2015 Conference on “Immunity to Veterinary Pathogens: Informing Vaccine Development” . Submit an abstract and register today for Keystone Symposia’s conference on “Immunity to Veterinary Pathogens: Informing Vaccine Development,” taking place January 20–25, 2015 at Keystone Resort in Keystone, Colorado, USA.
ILRI is a sponsor of the 12th Biennial Conference of the Society for Tropical Veterinary Medicine (STVM) and the VIII International Conference on Ticks and Tick-borne Pathogens (TTP8) to be held from 24 to 29 August 2014 in Cape Town, South Africa. ILRI will be hosting a special session on tick research on the morning of 24 August. After a temporary absence from the tick research field, ILRI is actively exploring opportunities to re-enter this research arena.