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Mark your calendars for the International Pandemic Sciences Conference 2024, coming to Oxford and streaming online on 1 and 2 July 2024.


With just a few days remaining until the in-person registration deadline on Monday 3 June, the International Pandemic Sciences Conference 2024 is extending a final invitation to professionals, researchers and experts worldwide to secure their places.  

Register now 

Scheduled to take place on 1 and 2 July in Oxford and online, the conference promises cutting-edge presentations, interactive workshops, and invaluable networking opportunities.  

With a focus on addressing the most pressing challenges in pandemic sciences, this conference offers a unique opportunity to explore the latest advancements, learn from esteemed speakers and collaborate with peers on innovative solutions. 

This year's programme will explore key topics including Vaccines and Immunology, Epidemiology, Data and Analytics, Diagnostics, Policy and Politics, Therapeutics and Clinical Trials, Ethics, Social Science and Humanities, and Pathogen Biology and New Threats.

By participating in this conference, attendees will not only enhance their understanding of pandemic sciences but also contribute to shaping future preparedness strategies. 

View the conference programme 

The conference programme is complemented by various networking opportunities. These include an early-career networking breakfast, where delegates in the early stages of their careers are invited to foster connections and exchange knowledge and ideas. Additionally, there will be an evening of informal conference drinks and dinner at Oxford’s stunning Museum of Natural History, open to all delegates. 

Join the diverse group of registered delegates from across geographydiscipline and sector who will be gathering virtually and in Oxford in July

To register and reserve your spot, visit conference website today.  

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