Symposium Resources

Center for Vaccine Ethics and Policy
Symposium – Global Vaccines 202X: Access, Equity, Ethics

2-4 May 2011
The Franklin Institute Science Museum
Philadelphia

Global Vaccines 202X: Access, Equity, Ethics was a three-day symposium gathering approximately 100 leaders from global public health, government, academia, foundations and the NGO community to assess key issues and lay the foundation for an effective policy framework focused on access, equity and ethics for the decade-plus ahead.

Please find the final agenda at the tab above and here.
This agenda page includes links to video segments to all keynotes and panel presentations.

Further information for symposium participants is available here.

This symposium was convened by the Center for Vaccines Ethics and Policy with support from its founders: the Penn Center for Bioethics, the Wistar Institute Vaccine Center, and the Vaccine Education Center of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Generous support was provided by The Franklin Institute Science Museum, PATH, MVI, and IVI; and by vaccine industry leaders GSK, Merck, Pfizer, Novartis, sanofi pasteur, and the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, with additional support from Berkley Life Sciences.

Session II: Evidence Panel
At podiums: Dr. Art Caplan (left), Center for Bioethics, UPenn, and Dr. Jon Andrus, PAHO
Seated: Panelists Robert Field, Drexel University; Josh Cohen, Tufts; Susan Ellenberg, UPenn; Lisa Prosser, UMichigan

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Session VI: Decade of Vaccines Collaboration Overview
At podium: Dr. Chris Elias, CEO, PATH
Seated: Panelists Sandy Wrobel, Applied Strategies; Lauren Leahy, MRC Global




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