CVU mini - 2021 年 4 月 12 日星期一(虚拟活动)

疫苗科学热点

我们的临床疫苗学更新 (CVU) 迷你会议是为医疗保健专业人员举办的一系列网络研讨会。每个 CVU mini 都将提供来自一系列主持人的最新疫苗新闻和临床更新信息。

更新:在我们即将举行的 CVU 迷你会议上,还将有机会听到有关与 COVID-19 阿斯利康疫苗相关的凝血综合征的疫苗安全问题的最新消息。

活动详情:
日期:星期一 12 2021年4月
时间:晚上 7 点 – 晚上 8:30 AEDT

这是一个 自由的 活动并将通过 Zoom 举行。

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主持人

郑达瑞博士
MBBS, MPH, FRACP 医学顾问,墨尔本疫苗教育中心

郑医生是在皇家儿童医院和莫纳什儿童医院工作的普通儿科医生。他是默多克儿童研究所的高级研究员。他对免疫、教育和健康信息学特别感兴趣。

伊恩·巴尔教授
世界卫生组织流感参考和研究合作中心副主任,澳大利亚墨尔本

Ian Barr 教授是世界卫生组织 (WHO) 流感参考和研究合作中心的副主任。 Ian 在学术机构和 CSL Limited 拥有超过 35 年的生物研发经验,涉及疫苗开发、粘膜免疫学、佐剂、癌症治疗、免疫系统开发和诊断等各种主题。 Ian 于 2000 年加入中心,自 2005 年起担任副主任。他是联邦大学的名誉高级研究员,并在墨尔本大学担任名誉职务。

迈克尔·戈尔德教授
澳大利亚阿德莱德健康与医学学院阿德莱德医学院教授       

Michael Gold 教授是南澳大利亚阿德莱德大学的儿科过敏和免疫学专家以及儿科高级讲师。他的研究和临床兴趣集中在儿童食物过敏和疫苗安全领域。 2010 年,他是第一位被任命为世界卫生组织成员的澳大利亚人 组织 (WHO) 全球疫苗安全咨询委员会。自 2006 年以来,他一直是治疗用品管理局 (TGA) 的疫苗专家顾问。他是澳大利亚临床免疫学会 (ASCIA) 和澳大利亚过敏反应医学委员会的成员

保罗·希思教授
伦敦圣乔治大学和圣乔治大学医院 NHS 信托基金会儿科传染病教授,伦敦

Paul Heath 是圣乔治大学医院 NHS 基金会信托基金和伦敦大学圣乔治医院的儿科传染病教授和名誉顾问,他在那里共同领导儿科传染病研究小组,并且是疫苗研究所所长。他在澳大利亚墨尔本皇家儿童医院、牛津大学约翰拉德克利夫医院和伦敦圣乔治医院接受过儿科和传染病方面的培训。他的特别研究兴趣是疫苗可预防疾病的流行病学、临床疫苗试验,特别是高危人群和围产期感染,他在这些领域发表了 300 多篇论文。他负责协调欧洲新生儿感染监测网络 (neonIN: https://www.neonin.org.uk) 和英国儿科疫苗组 (UKPVG),以及其他最近的工作包括对新生儿脑膜炎、新生儿 GBS 和李斯特菌感染的国家监测、母体免疫试验、早产儿不同疫苗接种计划的研究和 COVID-19 疫苗试验(第一阶段-三).他是英国国家委员会的成员,负责脑膜炎、B 组链球菌预防、儿童免疫政策和 COVID-19 疫苗试验交付。他是欧洲儿科传染病学会研究委员会主席、儿科传染病杂志(母婴)部分编辑、南伦敦儿童研究临床负责人以及 WHO GBS 监测技术工作组成员。


CVU mini - Tuesday 9th March, 2021 (virtual event)

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主持人

郑达瑞博士
MBBS, MPH, FRACP 医学顾问,墨尔本疫苗教育中心

郑医生是在皇家儿童医院和莫纳什儿童医院工作的普通儿科医生。他是默多克儿童研究所的高级研究员。他对免疫、教育和健康信息学特别感兴趣。

Professor Benjamin Cowie
Medical epidemiologist, Communicable Disease Epidemiology and Surveillance, DHHS Victoria

Prof Benjamin Cowie is an infectious diseases physician and epidemiologist, holding appointments with the Victorian Infectious Diseases Service (VIDS) at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory (VIDRL) at the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity. He is a medical epidemiologist with Communicable Disease Epidemiology and Surveillance at the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services, and is an Honorary Principal Fellow in the Department of Medicine at the University of Melbourne. He serves on a range of communicable disease, clinical and public health committees at state, national and international levels.

A/Prof Melissa Stockwell
Chief of Division of Child and Adolescent Health, Director of Center for Children’s Digital Health Research, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Population and Family Health, New York, USA

A/Prof Stockwell is Chief of the Divisions of Child and Adolescent Health and an Associate professor of Pediatrics (Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons) and Population and Family Health (Mailman School of Public Health). She is the Medical Director of the New York Presbyterian Hospital Immunization Registry, Co-Director of the Columbia University Primary Care Clinician Research Fellowship in Community Health, Co-Chair of the Columbia University Irving Medical Center COVID-19 Vaccine Committee and co-PI of Columbia’s US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Clinical Immunization Safety Assessment (CISA) site, and a New York based paediatrician. She serves on the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Immunization Improvement Team. Her research focuses on translational interventions to improve vaccinations with an emphasis on healthy technology and health literacy in order to promote vaccination and surveillance of vaccine-preventable diseases and adverse events.

奈杰尔·克劳福德副教授
Director of Melbourne Vaccine Education Centre

克劳福德副教授是一名疫苗学家和顾问儿科医生,SAEFVIC(默多克儿童研究所)所长和皇家儿童医院免疫服务负责人。他是特殊风险人群(例如免疫抑制患者)疫苗接种方面的专家,是 ATAGI 的成员和 AEFI-CAN 的联合负责人。

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CVU mini - Monday 8th February, 2021 (virtual event)

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主持人

郑达瑞博士
MBBS, MPH, FRACP 医学顾问,墨尔本疫苗教育中心

郑医生是在皇家儿童医院和莫纳什儿童医院工作的普通儿科医生。他是默多克儿童研究所的高级研究员。他对免疫、教育和健康信息学特别感兴趣。

Professor Katie Flanagan
Head of Infectious Diseases, Launceston General Hospital 

Prof Katie is Head of Infectious Diseases at Launceston General Hospital and is affiliated with the University of Tasmania, Monash University and RMIT where she is involved in a broad range of research projects, with her main interests being in vaccinology and infectious diseases immunology. She has led a number of vaccine immunology trials and serves as a member of ATAGI.

吉姆·巴特里教授
墨尔本疫苗教育中心医学顾问

Prof Buttery is a paediatric infectious diseases physician and vaccinologist. He is the inaugural Professor of Child Health Informatics at the University of Melbourne. He is Head of Health Informatics, Epidemiology and Signal detection at SAEFVIC (MCRI) and Chief Clinical Research Information Officer & Infectious Diseases Physician at The Royal Children’s Hospital. Prof Buttery also serves as a member of the Strategic Priority Group of WHO Global Vaccine Safety Initiative, the Australian Medical Services Advisory Committee, and the TGA Advisory Committee on Vaccines.

Dr Annaliese van Diemen
Deputy Chief Health Officer, Communicable Diseases, DHHS Victoria

Dr van Diemen has experience across both public health and clinical medicine, and holds post graduate qualifications in public health and paediatrics. She has worked in hospital, public health and primary care settings in both Victoria and Western Australia. Her key interests are in antimicrobial resistance, health systems and vaccine preventable diseases. She is a fellow of the Australian Faculty of Public Health Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Professor Benjamin Cowie
Medical epidemiologist, Communicable Disease Epidemiology and Surveillance, DHHS Victoria

Prof Benjamin Cowie is an infectious diseases physician and epidemiologist, holding appointments with the Victorian Infectious Diseases Service (VIDS) at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory (VIDRL) at the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity. He is a medical epidemiologist with Communicable Disease Epidemiology and Surveillance at the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services, and is an Honorary Principal Fellow in the Department of Medicine at the University of Melbourne. He serves on a range of communicable disease, clinical and public health committees at state, national and international levels.

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Clinical Vaccinology Update (CVU) – December 2020

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奈杰尔·克劳福德副教授
Director, Melbourne Vaccine Education Centre

Associate Professor Crawford is a vaccinologist and consultant paediatrician, Director of SAEFVIC (Murdoch Children’s Research Institute) and Head of Immunisation Services at The Royal Children’s Hospital. He is an expert in the vaccination of special risk groups (e.g. immunosuppressed patients), a member of ATAGI and the co-Lead of AEFI-CAN.

Associate Professor Helen Petousis-Harris (Auckland, New Zealand)
Director, Vaccine Datalink and Research Group

Dr Petousis-Harris is a vaccinologist, Associate Professor in the Department of General Practice and Primary Health Care, and the Director of the Vaccine Datalink and Research Group. She is the chair of the World Health Organization Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety (GACVS) and an elected member of the International Brighton Collaboration Science Board.

Professor Daniel Salmon (Baltimore, USA)
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Dr Salmon is a Professor in the Department of International Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and is the Director of the Institute for Vaccine Safety. His research focuses have been on understanding vaccine acceptance and hesitancy, developing systems and science in vaccine safety, and effective vaccine risk communication.

Associate Professor Chris Blyth (Perth, WA)
co-Chair, Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation 

A/Prof Blyth is a clinician scientist with the Division of Paediatrics in the University of Western Australia Medical School, a Research Fellow at Telethon Kids Institute and Head of Infectious Diseases at Perth Children’s Hospital. He is co-Chair of the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation which provides advice to the Australian Government on COVID-19 vaccines and treatments.

Ms Belinda Tominc
Clinical Nurse Consultant, The Royal Children’s Hospital

Belinda Tominc is a Clinical Nurse Consultant at the Young People’s Health Service. She is an experienced community health nurse with a particular interest in improving health access for vulnerable groups.

Rachel Callander (Perth, WA)
Speaker, author, trainer, artist, photographer 

Rachel Callander is an award-winning speaker, author, trainer, artist and photographer. She helps healthcare professionals, patients and parents work together to develop an effective communication style that gets the best out of patients, parents and healthcare professionals.

Professor Heidi Larson
Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project (London, UK)

Heidi is an anthropologist and Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project and Professor of Anthropology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The Vaccine Confidence Project is a WHO centre of excellence on addressing vaccine hesitancy. Heidi is the previous head of Global Immunisation Communication at UNICEF, chaired GAVI’s advocacy taskforce and served on the WHO SAGE working group on vaccine hesitancy.

Professor Kanta Subbarao
Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research on Influenza

Professor Subbarao has been the Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research on Influenza and Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Melbourne at The Doherty Institute since 2016. She is a virologist and physician who specialises in paediatric infectious diseases.

Annie Cobbledick
Immunisation Pharmacist, The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne

Annie has been working at The Royal Children’s Hospital for three years, and began her role as the Immunisation Pharmacist in April 2018. Annie has a particular interest in immunisation access and equity, as well as embracing a multi-disciplinary approach to immunisation.

Dr Meru Sheel (Canberra, ACT)
Infectious diseases epidemiologist and Westpac Research Fellow, Australian National University

Dr Sheel is a global health researcher and an infectious diseases epidemiologist with interest in health emergencies, emerging infectious and vaccine-preventable diseases. Dr Sheel has worked in several dynamic and challenging environments in Australia and in the Asia-Pacific region including India, Cambodia, Samoa and American Samoa. In 2020, Dr Sheel was part of the response to the 2019 Pacific measles outbreak in Tonga and COVID-19 response in Tonga and Papua New Guinea.

Ms Georgina Lewis and Ms Adele Harris
Research Nurses, Surveillance of Adverse Events Following Vaccination In the Community (SAEFVIC)

Georgina is the Clinical Manager of SAEFVIC. She is an accredited Nurse Immuniser and works as a casual Nurse Immuniser with a local council. Her special interests include vaccine safety, surveillance, education and immunisation research.

Adele 是 SAEFVIC 的认可护士免疫员和研究护士。她的兴趣包括疫苗安全和监测、免疫研究和教育以及疫苗过敏。