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DesignVax2022: Bioinformatics for Vaccine Design 2022

Since you must be aware about our ongoing workshop on emphasizing the Bioinformatics concepts on Designing Vaccine Candidates. Here we are writing this blog to share the conceptual ideas while stamping this design.


Pitch

We all know that vaccines save millions of lives every year and are the most effective way to get out of pandemics. Let's briefly name these diseases, which were tackled with certain vaccines.


Diseases Eradicated: Wiped out from the face of earth

Once a deadly killer, now is no more threat to us:

  • Smallpox: Killed millions of people from 6th to 18th Century, declared eradicated by WHO in 1980.

  • Rinderpest: Cattle plague, declared as eradicated in 2010.

Diseases Eliminating: Inches closer to elimination

  • Polio

  • Tetanus

  • Influenza

  • Hepatitis B

  • Hepatitis A

  • Rubella

  • Haemophilus influenzae type b

  • Measles

  • Pertussis

  • Pneumococcal

  • Rotavirus

  • Mumps

  • Chickenpox

  • Dipetheria

Ref: CDC (link here)

Vaccines and Pandemic

Vaccines are considered to be the safest way out of a pandemic. We all have seen it in the current pandemic situation. Vaccines really helped save millions of life from coronavirus.


"In present times, the vaccine designs have been greatly benefited from Bioinformatics tools. Are you intrigued to learn these computational methods contributing in the vaccine designs?"

Join us to learn these methods.



What we promise?

  • The best content: Nobody can do it better than us.

  • The experienced instructors: They know what they are talking.

  • Practical sessions: Focus is learning and growing.


Highlights:

  • E-certificate for participation

  • Interactive session with demo

  • Expert Speakers

  • Video recording available to registered participants

  • Meaningful networking

  • Ideas to progress your research in this area.

Who Should Join?

  • Students of B.Sc., M.Sc., B.Tech, M.Tech: for understanding the fundamentals of the field.

  • Research Fellows, PhD Scholars, Interested faculties: to apply these ideas into their research.

Questions?

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