Public Engagement Grants

Timeline

Submission Deadline: Sun, 10 May 2020, 3pm GMT

Project Start: From June 2020 (all projects must finish by 28 February 2021)

Immunising pregnant women and infants network

IMPRINT is a network focusing on maternal and neonatal immunization, funded by the UK’s Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) which supports challenge-led interdisciplinary research and aims to strengthen capacity for research and innovation within the UK and in developing countries. IMPRINT is coordinated by Network Director Prof. Beate Kampmann (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) and Co-Director Dr. Chrissie Jones (University of Southampton).

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IMPRINT brings together people working with PASSION
IMPRINT aims to build a sustainable network of stakeholders from basic science, immunology, vaccinology, social sciences, industry, public health and national and international policy makers, to tackle the challenges in the best use of vaccines in pregnancy and in newborns, and in the long term to improve maternal and newborn health.With well over 200 members from almost 50 countries that all share the same passion for maternal immunization, IMPRINT has quickly become a highly productive, multi-disciplinary and innovative network that is ready to make an impact.
Latest News
March 27, 2020

New Publication on Clinical Research Ethics in an Outbreak Setting

Our board member Sonali Kochhar wrote an article on clinical trials during outbreaks that includes ethical considerations for the inclusion of pregnant women in vaccine trials.

March 27, 2020

Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on IMPRINT Research Grants and Projects

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has published information regarding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on UKRI-supported research which includes IMPRINT grants and projects.

March 13, 2020

New Open Access Review Article on Vaccination in Pregnancy

IMPRINT board member Beate Kampmann published a systematic review on the safety of administering live vaccines during pregnancy.