Fondation Merieux

A family foundation dedicated to fighting infectious diseases

Correlates of enteric vaccine-induced protection 2016

Fondation Mérieux event

21 - 23 March 2016, Les Pensières, Annecy (France)


Monday 21 March 2016

  • Keynote address 1: Correlates of protection induced by vaccines with emphasis on enteric vaccines

    Stanley Plotkin

  • Correlates of protection against enteric infections: What can be learned from polio vaccination?

    Nicholas Grassly

  • Results from the GEMS study

    Karen Kotloff

Tuesday 22 March 2016

Chair: David Sack and Roger Glass

  • Mucosal immune response and correlates of protection against ETEC

    Firdausi Qadri

  • Immune response and correlates of protection against typhoid

    Marcelo Sztein

  • Correlates of protection from campylobacter: the known unknowns

    Beth Kirkpatrick

Chair: Harry Greenberg and Roger Glass

  • Current status of rotavirus vaccine and the value of a correlate of protection

    Umesh Parashar

  • Immune response and protection against rotavirus: lessons from a birth cohort studies

    Gagandeep Kang

Wednesday 23 March 2016

  • Mechanisms of protective immunity to hepatitis A

    Stephen Feinstone

  • Immune response and correlates of protection from norovirus: lessons from challenge studies and clinical trials

    Robert Atmar

  • Norovirus diversity and immune-driven evolution: mechanisms of protection and implications for vaccine design

    Lisa Lindesmith

Chair: Anita Zaidi

  • Vaccine development pipeline for enteric vaccines

    Duncan Steele

  • General discussion & concluding remarks

    Facilitators: David Sack, Harry Greenberg and Anita Zaidi with participation of the speakers

Top of Page