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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 over 300 members from 50 countries that all share the same passion for maternal immunisation, IMPRINT has quickly become a highly productive, multi-disciplinary and innovative network that is ready to make an impact.
Latest News
January 28, 2022

Fellowship completed

IMPRINT fellow Neisha Sundaram from LSHTM completed her project on public, provider, policy and contextual factors for maternal vaccine acceptance.

December 22, 2021

Pump-priming project completed

Beth Holder from Imperial College London and her team studied the transplacental transfer of protective antibodies from mother to baby in pregnancy with human placental samples.

November 25, 2021

Pump-priming project completed

Clare Cutland from the University of the Witwatersrand and her team explored the knowledge and attitudes inhibiting vaccine acceptancy during pregnancy in South Africa.