June 19-21, 2011
Seattle, Washington USA
Seattle Marriott Waterfront
Attendees please make sure to
accommodations by May 31 in order to get the conference rate
at the Seattle Marriott Waterfront hotel (the location of the Congress).
Final Program and updated attendee list posted
final program is posted. We have an outstanding lineup of speakers
who represent a wide variety of disciplines, approaches and fields
within the broad context of vaccines. They will each bring their unique
perspective to the meeting and will facilitate interesting and
The most current
list of attendees is also posted. We are expecting almost 100
leaders in the field of vaccines from all over the world and look
forward to hearing their thoughts and opinions on these key topics in
Updated Program and attendee list posted
The most updated program and list of confirmed
attendees is posted.
List of attendees posted
current list of attendees for the 2nd
Global Health Research Congress is now available! We are excited
to welcome so many leaders and innovators in the field of vaccines.
Ian Frazer confirmed to give Keynote address
We are thrilled that
Professor Ian Frazer, CEO of the Translational Research Institute,
has accepted our invitation to deliver the keynote address at the
second Global Health Research Congress. Dr. Frazer was
Australian of the Year 2006 in recognition of his contribution to
the development of Cervical Cancer vaccines.
He was trained as a renal physician and clinical immunologist in
Edinburgh, Scotland before emigrating in 1981 to Melbourne,
Australia to pursue studies in viral immunology and autoimmunity at
the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research with
Professor Ian Mackay. In 1985 he moved to Brisbane to take up a
teaching post with the University of Queensland and was appointed
Director of the Centre for Immunology and Cancer Research (now known
as The University of Queensland Diamantina Institute) in 1991.
The Global Health Research Congress is an invitation only convening of
100 - 150 leading
scientists, funding organizations and policy leaders to discuss the
most critical biomedical research results and the most important
The Congress will be held at the
Seattle Marriott Waterfront Hotel.
It will take place just prior to the
Pacific Health Summit and is part of
Global Health Week consisting
of several important meetings convening in Seattle in June 2011.
will consist of moderated panels
that begin with high-level data presentations followed by
interactive discussion among the panelists and the audience. The
2011 Congress will have an emphasis on Vaccines as a link to the
Pacific Health Summit.
For more information please contact
phone, 1(206) 256-7302.