The Victorian Infection and Immunity Network connects researchers and students with health care and industry to solve problems in infectious diseases and immunology.
Updated at: 23/10/2014 at 4:27 pm
As new strains of viruses and bacteria continue to evolve, Victoria has the expertise and capability to prepare for “whatever comes over the hill”. Whether its to address the development of broad spectrum anti-vitals or the repurposing of existing drugs, the Victorian Infection and Immunity Network connects more than 1000 researchers and students with health care and industry to solve problems infectious diseases and immunology. The Network facilitates interaction between Victorian-based firms in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, diagnostics, reagents and instrument provider sectors with academic institutions to drive innovation and improve productivity.
Network activities are focused on bringing people together and providing opportunities to collaborate on health care problems of significance. VIIN hosts the annual Lorne Infection and Immunity Conference on 18-20 February 2015. Register now for three days of networking and science or go to the VIIN website for information on other symposia, careers evening and business breakfasts.