Steven McCadney, a PhD candidate in social welfare at the Wurzweiler School of Social Work, will deliver a speech at the 3rd Annual World Vaccine Congress (WCV-2011), which will be held in Beijing, China, March 23-25. The conference’s theme is “The Future of Global Vaccines,” and McCadney’s discourse will focus on “Hope for an AIDS Vaccine.” McCadney was appointed a fellow in 2006, and formerly taught cultural diversity at Wurzweiler.

BIT Life Sciences’ Annual World Congress of Vaccine has become the forum for a state-of-the-art report on the latest progress in the development of vaccines for disease prevention and treatment. Through a series of impassioned and interesting symposiums, expositions, and poster demonstrations, participants will exchange valuable and creative ideas, agree to become scientific partners or business collaborators, and obtain research funding and job opportunities.

Over 1,000 participants and 100 exhibitors from 46 countries and regions from around the world attended the 2010 conference in Beijing. WCV-2011 will be the largest meeting to date devoted exclusively to research on vaccines and will be associated with the technologies of infectious and non-infectious diseases in China.


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