Ending pandemics through enhancing early life immunity | Grand Rounds San Francisco
June 1, 2023 Grand Rounds Spotlight:
Ending pandemics through enhancing early life immunity
Sallie Permar, MD, PhD
Department of Pediatrics Chair
Weill Cornell Medicine
- Describe the current status of the process for inclusion of pregnant women and children in novel vaccine trials.
- Describe the pathways of transfer of antibodies from mother to infant and how these can be exploited for vaccine development.
- Describe the potential immune advantages for induction of potent immunity in early life.
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