September 21 2020. At its Board meeting of June 6, 2020, Walter Reith , PhD, Emeritus Professor of Pathology & Immunology, University Medical School, has been appointed member of the Board to replace Prof. Isabelle Décosterd, who resigned. The Board expresses its gratitude for her commitment and contribution over the past years.
The four students of the class 2016 have completed the master program and have received 60 ECTS credits and the diploma from the University of Lausanne.
IMVACC (https://imvacc.org) , a Master Advanced Study of Immunology offered by the University of Lausanne, comprises one year of on-line teaching of vaccinology followed by a six months to one year master thesis on a vaccine-related activity
The titles of the master thesis of the 4 trainees were the following:
- “Potential use of microarray patches for vaccine delivery in low- and middle- income countries” from Nicolas Peyraud that was published in Vaccine (2019. 37:4427-4434)
- “Challenges and opportunities in introducing HPV vaccine in Cameroon and other African countries” from Luc Christian Gwom
- “10 years of experience in the acquisition of vaccines for the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) in Mexico”. from Rodrigo Romero Feregrino
- “A cross sectional study into the expanded programme on immunization vaccine (EPI) cold chain management” from Bontle Motloung
The report is available from the main menu under “our organization” > “annual report”
1st session March 9th to April 30 th 2020
The purpose of this course is to enhance transfer of knowledge on biobanking by providing an online and practical training. The training will emphasize the terms and conditions to create and coordinate a biobank of pathogen microorganism samples (virus, bacteria, fungi or parasites).
More information at https://biobanking.biomedtrain.eu//Media/Shared/uploaded/Files/1/8/2/2/5.pdf
In partnership with the Institut Pasteur, Paris, The Institut Pasteur International Network, the Institut Pasteur du Maroc, WHO and OIE, HSeT has developed an online course on the surveillance and control of rabies that will take place in Casablanca, Morocco on September 2019. Twenty eight trainees have started preworkshop activities on July 2019 to be fully prepared for the face to face workshop.
HSeT has updated the front end of its CMS/LMS which is hosted on the Geneve server wih a new domain name (https://cmshset.org.
HSeT has developed a new Moodle website (https://elearning.hset.org) which is password protected. All our partners receive a login once they have signed a partnership agreement.