The Vaccine Development Center of San Antonio

The Vaccine Development Center of San Antonio

Brings together researchers who support the development of vaccines at all stages: from A (antigens, adjuvants, antibodies) to V (vectors, variants, vaccination).

Our Center

See what we’ve been up to. Invite your most innovative colleagues and join us in San Antonio Friday November 8th, 2024 for the Annual VDCoSA Conference. We will continue with our tradition of 10-minute Lightning Talks for graduate students and postdocs, as well as our 10-minute Thunder Talks for faculty. For 2024, our Keynote Speaker will be Catherine Wu from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, who was recently awarded the Sjöberg Prize for laying the foundations of a cancer vaccine. Things are getting interesting!

About Us

The Vaccine Development Center of San Antonio (VDCoSA) has been bringing scientists together since 2012, when it was first founded to foster a more collaborative and inter-disciplinary culture. VDCoSA’s two major focuses have always been to encourage collaboration among scientists in vaccine research, which includes applying for grants to fund collaborative proposals, and to host an annual symposium on infectious diseases, immunology and vaccines. In the words of VDCoSA’s founding executive director, Ken Trevett, “Science is a team effort. This Center is built on the extraordinary power of people working together.”

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