What Comes Next? Strategies for COVID-19 Vaccine Development

It has been more than a hundred days since Chinese researchers posted the genetic sequence for the SARS-CoV2 virus to a public database, setting off the biggest and fastest race to create vaccines the world has ever seen. One of the defining features of the race is diversity -- of vaccine modalities, types of organizations developing them, and geographic distribution of R&D and manufacturing. So far, at least six vaccines have made it into the clinic. We have reached the end of the beginning: What comes next?

In this exclusive webinar, BioCentury, BioKatalyst and Lonza bring together industry and policy leaders to discuss how to accelerate COVID-19 vaccine development.


Session Chair
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Steve Usdin
Washington Editor
BioCentury

Panelists
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Pierre Catignol
Site Head
Lonza Portsmouth (NH), USA
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William “Bill” Enright
Director and CEO
Vaccitech, Ltd.
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Nicole Lurie, M.D., M.S.P.H.
Strategic Advisor, CEPI (The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovation); and former Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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Xuefeng YU, Ph.D
Co-founder, Chairman and CEO
CanSino Biologics Inc. 


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