‘Developing a malaria vaccine’from Professor Sir Adrian Hill



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15 April 2024



Magdalen Fellow Professor Sir Adrian Hill KBE FRS is Mittal Professor of Vaccinology at Oxford University and the Director and Founder of the Jenner Institute, which in partnership with the Serum Institute of India and AstraZeneca developed the ‘Oxford’ Covid vaccine in 2020. His lab has now designed a new malaria vaccine, which has recently shown unprecedented high efficacy in a trial in four African countries. This talk will review the development of this vaccine over the last ten years and consider prospects for further developments in the malaria vaccine field aiming for eventual malaria eradication.

The talk will be hosted by Dinah Rose KC, President of Magdalen, and will include a Q&A as well as a reception with canapés. This event is open to Magdalen alumni and students. You are welcome to bring a guest.

When: Monday 15th April from 6pm-8pm
Where: The View in the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 38-43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3PE
Cost: Alumni £15 per person (drinks reception with canapés included); £8 for those who graduated since 2018; Current students please contact the Alumni Office.
Guests: You are welcome to bring a guest

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