Organized by Vaccine(opens in new tab/window), the premier journal for those interested in vaccine science, the congress will bring together leading experts from all over the world to share the latest cutting-edge discoveries in the field. Join us to present your own research, as well as form new relationships with potential collaborators!
“The Vaccine Congress brings together a wealth of global expertise, from basic science to service delivery, in one of the most important and powerful areas of contemporary international public health. It is instructive and inspirational in equal measure.”
Sebastian Taylor, Head of Global Operations, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, London, UK
“The Vaccine Congress has an exciting agenda that will be of interest to all vaccinologists.”
The program will include invited plenary lectures, contributed talks and poster sessions highlighting the latest research in vaccine science. The programme will be curated by a committee of world class academic leaders in their respective fields.
Vaccine is unique in publishing the highest quality science across all disciplinesrelevant to the field of vaccinology - all original article submissions across basic and clinical research, vaccine manufacturing, history, public policy, behavioral science and ethics, social sciences, safety, and many other related areas are welcomed. The submission categories(opens in new tab/window) as given in the Guide for Authors indicate where we receive the most papers. Papers outside these major areas are also welcome and authors are encouraged to contact us with specific questions. We also invite authors to submit relevant basic science and clinical reviews, methodological articles, opinion and commentary pieces, visual pieces, and letters. Authors are required to consult the Guide for Authors(opens in new tab/window) as the submission guidelines are dynamic and therefore subject to change.
Would you like to be a reviewer for Vaccine?
If you think you would be a good referee for the Vaccine journal you can volunteer to review by visiting the Elsevier Reviewer Hub(opens in new tab/window), where you can register your interest in volunteering for Vaccine.
Further information can be found on our Reviewer page.
Vaccine: X(opens in new tab/window) is the open access companion journal of Vaccine and has the same aims and scope. The journal offers authors who want to publish in a gold open access journal the opportunity to make their work immediately and permanently accessible.