The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that when we work together, we can achieve more than we ever thought possible. But there is more to be done.
Who are #TeamVaccines
We are the people who make vaccines. We work across the research-based biopharmaceutical industry, in all sorts of roles — from research and development, to manufacturing, to government affairs. We’re on #TeamVaccines because we believe vaccines can help make a better life possible for everyone.
This doesn’t just apply to the COVID-19 vaccines – vaccines can protect against all kinds of diseases, for people of all ages and at all stages of life. If you share our belief in the value of vaccines, we invite you to join us. Together we can give vaccines the greatest chance to make an even greater impact on our health, our communities, and our world.
Our members pledge to use our expertise and know-how in partnership with others to ensure the development of safe and effective vaccines to prevent COVID-19.
We launched #TEAMVACCINES to tell the stories of the people making the safe, effective and quality COVID-19 vaccines, not just for their families, but for us all.
We explain our continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as our belief in the vital protection offered by all vaccines.
We’re committed to developing and delivering safe, effective vaccines that can help protect people all around the world. In addition to finding new vaccines and advancing vaccine technologies to help us overcome tomorrow’s challenges.
Juliette explains how new innovations to protect young children against the respiratory virus RSV could help over 3 million children who are hospitalised due to this virus every year.Read Juliette's story
Vaccine Clinical Development
Shibadas explains how climate change is putting more people around the world at risk of Dengue, and how new vaccines could help to protect them.Read Shibadas's story
Ethan explains how innovation in vaccine technology could lead to next-generation flu vaccines that enable us to get ahead of this fast-mutating virus.Read Ethan's story
Vaccine Corporate Affairs
Cris explains what the COVID-19 vaccines have meant to her family, and what they can teach us about the value of vaccination for all ages.Read Cris's story
Research Team Leader
Anish explains how vaccines can help to protect modern medicine by helping to slow the spread of antimicrobial resistance and prevent life-threatening infections.Read Anish's story
Vaccines Medical Affairs, India
Santosh explains how the pneumococcal vaccine can help to protect older adults from severe infections such as pneumonia, meningitis and sepsis.Read Santosh's story
Vaccine Government Affairs, Emerging Markets
After losing his mum to cervical cancer, Weerawat explains why he’s proud to play his part in improving access to vaccines that help prevent HPV-related cancers.Read Weerawat's story
Pierre-Damien explains how innovative new developments in vaccine manufacturing could make it easier to switch to producing new vaccines in response to future pandemics.Read Pierre-Damien's story
Malaria Vaccines Programme
Dennis explains how the new malaria vaccine could help save the lives of more than 500,000 African children under the age of 5 who die from malaria every year.Read Dennis's story
Vaccines Innovation & COVID-19 Communications
Rene explains what we’ve learned from the largest vaccine effort in history, and how the biopharmaceutical industry is continuing to innovate and prepare for future pandemics.Read Rene's story
Vaccines Research & Development
Jamila explains why, even though a vaccine for HIV continues to elude researchers, she’s confident new technologies and ongoing innovation mean it’s within reach.Read Jamila's story
Vaccines Research & Development
A cancer survivor himself, Sanjay explains how vaccines can help to protect those who are at a higher risk of infection while undergoing treatments like chemotherapy.Read Sanjay's story
Vaccines Policy and Government Relations, Sub-Saharan Africa
With over 95% of cervical cancer cases caused by the virus HPV, Tintswalo explains how vaccines can help protect women from HPV-related cancer.Watch Tintswalo's film
Vaccines Supply Chain
Melissa explains that while an Ebola outbreak could lead to a pandemic-level threat, thankfully vaccines can help to protect against this deadly disease.Watch Melissa's film
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