Dr. Terry Nolan presents: “Vaccine adverse event surveillance in Australia: Lessons from TIV in children”.
Dr. Nolan is Head of the Melbourne School of Population Health, University of Melbourne, Australia, and the Chair of the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) and a member of the WHO SAGE (Scientific Advisory Group of Experts) immunisation advisory group. He is a member of the Australian Academy of Science’s National Committee for Medicine.
Professor Nolan obtained his medical degree at the University of Western Australia. Following his specialist clinical training in paediatric medicine at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne and at the Montréal Children’s Hospital in Canada, he completed a PhD in epidemiology and biostatistics at McGill University in Montréal.
As a paediatric epidemiologist and clinical trials specialist, Professor Nolan established and continues to actively lead Australia’s largest clinical vaccine evaluation programme, and has contributed to the evidence base for licensure and use of several improved childhood vaccine options for Australia and globally. His expertise relates to immunisation, pandemic planning and response, and research investment in clinical and population health research and he has more than 165 related publications.
To listen remotely via Teleconference please call in on: 604 899 2339 and use access code 7735351#
For long distance, dial toll free 1 877 385 4099
Please remember to mute your telephones. This can be done by pressing *6 to mute or un-mute your own line.
To view the slide presentation in real time, please go to:
Please note: You will need the latest version of Adobe Flash in order to view the presentation.