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2019 Avalere Webinar Series: A Conversation on Vaccine Innovations


We are extremely sorry for the technical difficulties that prevented us from streaming the webinar audio. We apologize to those who joined and were left waiting. We will reschedule the webinar as soon as possible. In the meantime, Richard, Alessandra, and Chloe are available to talk with each of you individually. Please look out for a new invite; we hope you can make it. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

With a robust vaccines pipeline and opportunities to improve adult vaccine access, vaccines are currently a hot topic. In our 30-minute Conversations series, Avalere’s experts will break down the issues surrounding vaccines, what those issues mean, and their impact on various healthcare stakeholders. They will also provide insights on what to expect from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practice’s meeting scheduled for June 26–27.

Avalere’s vaccine thought leaders will also cover new and emerging topics related to the following:

  • The industry outlook, highlighting incentives and barriers to innovation
  • Novel vaccine candidates and emergence of therapeutic vaccines
  • Advancements in technology and delivery mechanisms
  • Market barriers and opportunities
  • Implications for patients, healthcare providers, plans, and manufacturers

If you have questions regarding the webinar, please contact us.


Alessandra Fix , Associate, Policy

Alessandra Fix supports clients with research and analysis that span a variety of healthcare sectors and stakeholders.

Richard Hughes IV , Principal, Policy

Richard Hughes IV provides strategic counsel to clients navigating a complex healthcare environment and leads teams to develop and support client business strategy.

Chloe Chepigin , Associate, Policy

Chloe Chepigin supports clients with research and analysis spanning a variety of healthcare sectors and stakeholders.

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