Vaccines have led to the eradication of some diseases such as polio, but how are they designed? This course explains how vaccines are designed to ensure their effectiveness and safety.
This course is for anyone interested in learning about the processes involved in vaccine design and how vaccines can be optimised. The course could be very useful for healthcare professionals wanting to better understand the development processes that are involved in designing vaccines and their associated safety regulations. Those with an interest in pharmacology or drug will find this course useful for learning about the design process involved in drug development. It could also be useful for anyone considering a career in drug design within a pharmaceutical company as this course gives a solid foundation of the drug development process, regulatory bodies and the future of vaccines.
Dr. Alice Hamilton
Dr. Alice Hamilton gained a 1st class BSc in Biomedical Sciences in 2015 from the University of Dundee. She then joined the William Harvey Institute Queen Mary University of London where in 2016 she gained a M.Res. in Inflammation: Cellular and Vascular Aspects and in 2020 she gained a Ph.D. in cardiovascular pathophysiology. Her doctoral thesis was titled ‘The Effect of Social Isolation on the Immune System’.
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