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1 Creative Commons The Future of Policy and Health Research The role of MSD in driving innovation and expanding access to global vaccines. Ruxandra Draghia-Akli 19 Oct 2017
2 Creative Commons Going Viral Viruses have been a threat to humanity for as long as we have existed. As we make progress in the fight against them, can we also learn to use their tricks to our own advantage Natalie Doig, Sandy Douglas, Peter Magill, Mary Warrell 23 Sep 2016
3 Creative Commons Medical science needs you! Human clinical trials Clinical trials for vaccines: how they work and what's involved for volunteers. Sean Elias, Natalie Lella 19 Oct 2015
4 Creative Commons Maladies and mice. Pre-clinical vaccine development Approaches used to target particularly tricky diseases to treat, such as malaria, HIV, Flu and TB. Sean Elias, Lynda Coughlan, Rachel Tanner 19 Oct 2015
5 Creative Commons Why vaccinate? The history and science of vaccination Vaccine origins, science behind how vaccines work and how outbreaks of diseases can occur if vaccination levels drop too low. Sean Elias 19 Oct 2015
6 Creative Commons Vaccines for Malaria and Ebola Weatherall lecture 2015, delivered by Professor Adrian Hill. Adrian Hill 06 May 2015
7 Creative Commons Eradicating Hepatitis C and HIV: progress and challenges for the next ten years Dr John Frater, Principal Investigator, Institute for Emerging Infections and Dr Ellie Barnes, Principal Investigator, Institute for Emerging Infections. Ellie Barnes, John Frater 17 Feb 2015
8 Creative Commons Strategies for vaccines for the 21st century Professor Susan Lea, Professor Christoph Tang, Professor Jeffrey Almond and Dr Ian Feavers discuss strategies for vaccines for the 21st century. Susan Lea, Christoph Tang, Jeffrey Almond, Ian Feavers 17 Feb 2015
9 Biotechnology: For better or worse? Marianne Talbot talks about the uses and dangers of the relatively new discipline of synthetic biology. Marianne Talbot 08 Oct 2013
10 Can we block malaria transmission Dr Sumi Biswas talks about the development of a vaccine aimed at the mosquito stage of the malaria parasite cycle. Sumi Biswas 07 May 2013
11 Can we block malaria transmission Dr Sumi Biswas talks about the development of a vaccine aimed at the mosquito stage of the malaria parasite cycle. Sumi Biswas 07 May 2013
12 Creative Commons Cancer Immunlogy Professor Vincenzo Cerundolo tells us how research in immunology leads to the development of new cancer treatments. Vincenzo Cerundolo 25 Mar 2013
13 Creative Commons Cancer Immunlogy Professor Vincenzo Cerundolo tells us how research in immunology leads to the development of new cancer treatments. Vincenzo Cerundolo 25 Mar 2013
14 Creative Commons Progress in Malaria Vaccine Research Dr Simon Draper tells us about his progress in malaria vaccine research. Simon Draper 11 Sep 2012
15 Creative Commons How serious is the threat of a future flu pandemic? Professor Angela McLean, Co-Director, Institute for Emerging Infections advises caution, preparation and fast decision-making in anticipation of the threat of a serious pandemic. Angela McClean 20 Aug 2012
16 Creative Commons How serious is our exposure to dangerous infections? The world has become a safer place because of vaccines but does our increasing connectivity mean the world is getting riskier in terms of our exposure to serious infections? By Professor Adrian Hill, Co-Director, Institute for Vaccine Design. Adrian Hill 20 Aug 2012
17 Creative Commons Can we create vaccines fast enough for a future pandemic? An exploration of how to get from vaccine development to vaccine delivery in time to deal with a health scare such as a fast-moving global pandemic. By Professor Adrian Hill, Co-Director, Institute for Vaccine Design. Adrian Hill 20 Aug 2012
18 Creative Commons Rift Valley Fever Dr George Warimwe talks about his research on Rift Valley Fever. George Warimwe 31 Jul 2012
19 Creative Commons Universal Flu Vaccine Dr Richard Antrobus talks about his research in the development of a universal flu vaccines. Richard Antrobus 26 Jun 2012
20 Vaccines for Global Health Professor Adrian Hill gives a talk for the Oxford Alumni Weekend 2011 on the past, present and future of vaccines against diseases. Adrian Hill 19 Jun 2012
21 Creative Commons Malaria vaccine for P. vivax Dr Arturo Reyes-Sandoval tells us about his research on a vaccine against Plasmodium vivax. Arturo Reyes-Sandoval 19 Jun 2012
22 Dengue Infection Dr Kerstin Luhn talks about her research on Dengue infection. Kerstin Luhn 29 May 2012
23 Veterinary Vaccines: Protecting livestock - saving human life Lecture given by Dr Michael Witty, former Chairman, GALVmed, during Human and Veterinary Vaccinology short course November 2011. Michael Witty 16 Mar 2012
24 Effective Introduction of New Vaccines: "the UK experience" Lecture given by Prof David Salisbury, Director of Immunisation, UK Department of Health, during Human and Veterinary Vaccinology short course November 2011. David Salisbury 16 Mar 2012
25 Creative Commons How can we live with HIV? Dr Lucy Dorrell tells us how our immune system controls HIV and how we can live with this virus. Lucy Dorrell 10 Jan 2012
26 Creative Commons Aiming for a HIV vaccine Professor Sir Andrew McMichael tells us about recent developments in the search for a vaccine against HIV. Andrew McMichael 13 Sep 2011
27 Creative Commons Aiming for a HIV vaccine Professor Sir Andrew McMichael tells us about recent developments in the search for a vaccine against HIV. Andrew McMichael 13 Sep 2011
28 Creative Commons Malaria Vaccines Professor Adrian Hill talks about recent developments of vaccines against malaria. Adrian Hill 18 Oct 2010
29 Creative Commons Malaria Vaccines Professor Adrian Hill has been studying the immune system and malaria susceptibility in African children for years. We asked him about his latest findings in the development of vaccines against malaria. Adrian Hill 18 Oct 2010
30 Andrew Pollard on Childhood Disease Professor Andrew Pollard, Professor of Paediatric Infection and Immunity, and Director of the Oxford Vaccine Centre, discusses childhood diseases, his research into vaccinations, and the problems facing childhood immunisation in the UK and abroad. Andrew Pollard, Oliver Lewis 10 Sep 2008