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Vaccine Day 2009
Injecting Hope: How Vaccines Save Children from Pneumonia

Sheldon and Feinstone Halls, JHSPH
12:30- 5PM

Sheldon Hall, 12:30pm

Welcome and Introduction
Ruth Karron, MD
Director, Johns Hopkins Vaccine Innitiative
Director, Center for Immunization Research

Keynote Address
Brian Greenwood, CBE, FRCP, FRS
Manson Professor of Clinical Tropical Medicine
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Sheldon Hall, 2:00pm

Panel Discussion
Brenda Wilson, NPR Science and Health Correspondent

Bill Moss, MD, MPH
Katherine O’Brien, MD, MPH
Andrew Pekosz, Phd
Derek Cummings, PhD, MPH
Damian Walker, PhD

Feinstone Hall, 3:30pm

Poster Session and Reception
Students, Faculty and Staff
Student Poster Award (4:30pm)


Directions and Parking Information

From Washington, D.C., and Virginia and the I-95 access at Baltimore-Washington International Airport:

  • Take I-95 North to Exit 53 (I-395 North) into downtown Baltimore. (Note: Do not take the Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. fork of the exit.)
  • Take the Conway Street exit.
  • Turn LEFT onto MD-2 N / LIGHT ST.
  • Turn RIGHT onto Pratt Street.
  • Stay on Pratt for 1.4 miles to Broadway; turn LEFT on Broadway.
  • From Broadway turn RIGHT onto Orleans Street.
  • Go about half a block to the Orleans Street Parking Garage.
  • After parking your car, walk east on Orleans Street towards Wolfe Street and turn LEFT.
  • Walk to Monument Street and turn RIGHT.  Enter JHSPH here and proceed to the registration table.

For a detailed map of the campus area click here.

Contact Laveta Stewart if you have any questions.


Poster details

Setup and Removal

Setup in Feinstone Hall on Friday, October 9 between 9 am and 11:30 am.  Take posters down by 5 PM.

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Global Project Map

JHVI Global Project Map

JHSPH Faculty members are engaged in vaccine-related research projects around the world. Click here or on the map to learn more about these projects.

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