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2021 ACVR Highlights Reel

Sponsored by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID), the Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research (ACVR) is a well-established forum for the exchange of the latest scientific and clinical knowledge in vaccinology:

  • Presentations by world-renowned vaccinology experts
  • Networking and collaboration with colleagues
  • Access to recordings after the conference


The program features invited presentations, panel discussions, peer-reviewed submitted oral abstracts and posters, Meet-the-Experts breakfast sessions, scientific awards, and lectures by world-renowned vaccinology experts focused on sharing innovations and solutions in infectious disease prevention …

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ACVR brings together researchers from across the globe—including healthcare professionals, trainees and young investigators, and representatives from government, industry and academia working in the many disciplines involved in vaccinology.

For more than 20 years, ACVR has been well-regarded by attendees as a forum for relevant discussions and connections through networking opportunities designed to engage all attendees.

The conference features invited presentations, panel discussions, peer-reviewed oral abstracts and posters, meet the expert sessions, scientific awards, and lectures by world-renowned vaccinology experts, along with networking opportunities to create a rich environment for engagement and collaboration with colleagues. Participants leave the conference ready to apply what they have learned, with professional connections to help advance their research.

The 2021 virtual conference is supported, in part, through unrestricted educational grants from:

  • Merck & Co., Inc.
  • Pfizer Inc.
  • Sanofi US
  • Seqirus


In this interactive panel discussion, women leaders working in various professional settings share stories about their individual career paths and lessons learned throughout their careers, as well as preparedness and response efforts to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more.

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