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Principle of Vaccinology Elham Ahmadnezhad MD. MPH. PhD Student of Epidemiology Farshid fayyaz Jahani MD. MPH. Specialist in Infectious Disease Tehran University of Medical Sciences Tehran University of Medical Sciences 10/10/2011 Vaccinology. 1
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Brief History of Lecturers Medical School in Infectious disease and Tropical medicine’ specialist and Elham now senior student  in PhD of Epidemiology.  They have common interest in infectious disease epidemiology then developed some lecturers such as  this (Vaccinology). Hope it’s useful for all target groups. Our Email: farshid.fayyazjahani@gmail.com elhamahmadnezhad@gmail.com 10/10/2011 Vaccinology. 2
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O U T L I N E Vaccination policy option Mass Vaccination Surveillance System of Vaccination Vaccine Development Vaccine Evaluation Vaccine Safety Reporting Immunizations Reliable Web sits Vaccine Training Course Review of National Immunization Coverage 10/10/2011 Vaccinology. 3
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What is Vaccine Dictionary (Dorland 30 Dictionary (Dorland 30 th th edition 2008) edition 2008) Attenuated or killed microorganisms or proteins derived from them, administered for the prevention, treatment, or amelioration of infectious diseases Wikipedia Wikipedia A vaccine is a biological preparation that improves immunity to a particular disease. A vaccine typically contains an agent that resembles a disease-causing microorganism, and is often made from weakened or killed forms of the microbe. The agent stimulates the body's immune system to recognize the agent as foreign, destroy it, and "remember" it, so that the immune system can more easily recognize and destroy any of these microorganisms that it later encounters. 10/10/2011 Vaccinology. 4
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What is Vaccinology? Vaccinology is the science of developing vaccines to prevent diseases 10/10/2011 Vaccinology. 5
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7th century 7th century - Indian Buddhists' drank snake venom to protect against snake bite. 10th century 10th century - Variolation to prevent smallpox in China and Turkey. Early 1700s Early 1700s - Variolation introduced into England. 1760-70 1760-70 - The Jennerian era. 1875-1910 1875-1910 - Dawn of Immunological Science. 1910-30 1910-30 - Early bacterial vaccines, toxins and toxoids. 1930-50 1930-50 - Early viral vaccines: yellow fever and Influenza. 1950-1970 1950-1970 - The tissue culture revolution: poliomyelitis, measles, mumps and rubella. 1970-1990 1970-1990 - Dawn of the molecular era: hepatitis B, Streptococcus pneumonia , Hemophilus influenza B. Today
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