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Introduction

Presentation

Prof. Dr. Federico Martinón Torres
Head of pediatrics department Hospital Clínico Universitario de Santiago, Spain.
Genetics, Vaccines, Infections and Pediatrics Research Group (GENVIP-www.genvip.org)
Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria de Santiago
Without doubt, this year is atypical – but we don’t want to remember the negative stuff only. We are reinventing TIPiCO and turning it into aTIPiCO, which will be atypical but also special. A high-level series with great scientific impact, in downloadable episodes which can be watched anytime, anywhere. The impossibility of meeting at Santiago de Compostela like every year, seeing each other, sharing experiences, enjoying the town and interacting in person with speakers and other experts poses a great challenge. But we will rise to it. Again, we have brought together the world’s top experts in infectious diseases and vaccines. We will rely on their experience, their knowledge and their research to better undersand where we stand, and what we can do in order to beat this pandemic. We will talk about SARS-CoV-2 and vaccines against COVID-19 with the researchers themselves, but also about other infections and vaccines, despite COVID-19, and the essential lessons they provide. aTIPiCO wants to learn from those who have brought us to where we are in desease prevention – we are confident that they will lead us out of this pandemic too.
Federico Martinón-Torres
Signature Prof. Dr. Federico Martinón-Torres
Our main characters

Protagonists

Speaker Prof. Xavi Bosch

Prof. Xavi Bosch

Institut Catalá de Oncología, Spain
Spain
Speaker Prof. Dr. James D. Cherry

Prof. Dr. James D. Cherry

UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital
United States of America
Speaker Prof. Adolfo García-Sastre

Prof. Adolfo García-Sastre

Mount Sinai-NY University
United States of America
Speaker Dr. Jose Gómez Rial

Dr. Jose Gómez Rial

University Clinical Hospital of Santiago de Compostela
Spain
Speaker Prof. Michael J. Mina

Prof. Michael J. Mina

Harvard Medical School, Boston
United States of America
Speaker Prof. Dr. Shamez Ladhani

Prof. Dr. Shamez Ladhani

Public Health England
United Kingdom
Speaker Prof. Dr. Carlos Martín Montañés

Prof. Dr. Carlos Martín Montañés

University of Zaragoza
Spain
Speaker Prof. Dr. Federico Martinón-Torres

Prof. Dr. Federico Martinón-Torres

University of Santiago
Spain
Speaker Prof. Dr. María Martinón-Torres

Prof. Dr. María Martinón-Torres

CENIEH (National Research Center on Human Evolution)
Spain
Speaker Prof. Dr. Ab Osterhaus

Prof. Dr. Ab Osterhaus

Research Center for Emerging Infections and Zoonoses
Germany
Speaker Prof. Dr. Octavio Ramilo

Prof. Dr. Octavio Ramilo

Ohio State University College of Medicine
United States of America
Speaker Prof. Andrew Pollard

Prof. Andrew Pollard

University of Oxford
United Kingdom
Speaker Prof. Antonio Salas Ellacuriaga

Prof. Antonio Salas Ellacuriaga

University of Santiago de Compostela
Spain
Chapters

Chapters

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0 Chapter Premiere: 25/11/2020

What to expect from Atípico: the director's cut

Speaker Prof. Dr. Federico Martinón-Torres
Prof. Dr. Federico Martinón-Torres
University of Santiago
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If you want to know what to expect from this year’s TIPICO edition, this is your episode.
aTIPiCO explained by its director.
1 Chapter Premiere: 26/11/2020

A vaccine against COVID-19. Do we meet at Oxford or at New York?

Speaker Prof. Adolfo García-Sastre
Prof. Adolfo García-Sastre
Mount Sinai-NY University
Speaker Prof. Andrew Pollard
Prof. Andrew Pollard
University of Oxford
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Two of the world leaders in the fight against COVID -19, Andy Pollard (Oxford, UK) and Adolfo García-Sastre (NYC, US) will discuss with Federico Martinón-Torres where we are in the race to obtain a vaccine against COVID-19 and what can we expect from the first generation of vaccines.
2 Chapter Premiere: 27/11/2020

Tuberculosis vaccine and beyond. From MTBVAC to COVID-19 protection.

Speaker Prof. Dr. Carlos Martín Montañés
Prof. Dr. Carlos Martín Montañés
University of Zaragoza
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Vaccines against tuberculosis are now in vogue. Not only because they are sorely needed, but because of their possible role in preventing COVID-19. Prof. Carlos Martín, the “father” of the next generation live attenuated tuberculosis vaccine, MTBVAC, will discuss with us where we are and what we can expect.
3 Chapter Premiere: 30/11/2020

Does flu (and flu experts) matter anymore now we have COVID-19?

Speaker Prof. Dr. Ab Osterhaus
Prof. Dr. Ab Osterhaus
Research Center for Emerging Infections and Zoonoses
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Now that everything circles around COVID-19, that even the data from the southern hemisphere shows a surprisingly mild flu season, we might think that flu is no longer a problem anymore.But we better ask the oracle, and Ab Osterhaus can indeed answer us any question regarding flu, SARS-CoV-2 and any other viruses.
4 Chapter Premiere: 02/12/2020

Bacterial infections and COVID-19: friends, foes, or we just don't know?

Speaker Prof. Dr. Shamez Ladhani
Prof. Dr. Shamez Ladhani
Public Health England
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Meningococcal or pneumococcal infections are life-threatening bacterial infections with currently available safe and effective vaccines. But the target is moving: we don’t know how COVID-19 can affect other vaccine-preventable diseases in general, and meningococcal or pneumococcal infection in particular. Shamez Ladhani will tell us about the UK experience.
5 Chapter Premiere: 04/12/2020

Can RSV teach us something about COVID-19?

Speaker Prof. Dr. Octavio Ramilo
Prof. Dr. Octavio Ramilo
Ohio State University College of Medicine
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Yes, RSV is not gone, and it has been a difficult target for vaccines for decades. Several lessons can be learnt from what we have done during all of these years to tackle RSV. Talking with one of the world leads in this arena, Octavio Ramilo, will enlighten us.
6 Chapter Premiere: 09/12/2020

Can genetics help against COVID-19?

Speaker Dr. Jose Gómez Rial
Dr. Jose Gómez Rial
University Clinical Hospital of Santiago de Compostela
Speaker Prof. Dr. Federico Martinón-Torres
Prof. Dr. Federico Martinón-Torres
University of Santiago
Speaker Prof. Antonio Salas Ellacuriaga
Prof. Antonio Salas Ellacuriaga
University of Santiago de Compostela
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COVID-19 is an infectious disease that has changed the world. Only science can bring us back our normality. Federico Martinón-Torres will be discussing with the members of his team the possibilities that omics can offer in the fight against COVID-19. Prof. Salas as an expert in population genetics who will show us the tricks that can help us understand pandemics and Prof. Gomez-Rial will translate to us the deep immunological insights of SARS-COV-2.
7 Chapter Premiere: 11/12/2020

HPV vaccination and COVID-19 vaccination: lessons to be considered

Speaker Prof. Xavi Bosch
Prof. Xavi Bosch
Institut Catalá de Oncología, Spain
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The opportunities and challenges that HPV vaccination has meant and still means for the story of vaccination is an important mirror to look at when talking about COVID-19 vaccines implementation. The experience of a privileged mentor and witness throughout the process,Xavi Bosch, brings us a unique opportunity for us to listen and learn. Federico Martinón-Torres will discuss with him where we are withHPV vaccination and where we don’t want to be with COVID-19 vaccines implementation.
8 Chapter Premiere: 14/12/2020

Do we get sick of the same things as we did half a million years ago?

Speaker Prof. Dr. María Martinón-Torres
Prof. Dr. María Martinón-Torres
CENIEH (National Research Center on Human Evolution)
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Infectious diseases are a sign of our times. Currently they represent one of the biggest threats to our species, but this has not always been the case. Throughout human evolution, the types of pathologies facing our ancestors have changed, and they are a good reflection of the weaknesses but also the strengths of an individual and their group. Do we get sick of the same things as we did half a million years ago? Do we fight death with the same weapons? Are we stronger or weaker than we were in the Pleistocene? Can the study of the past shed some light on our health? Can it teach us something about our present? And about our future?.
9 Chapter Premiere: 16/12/2020

Rethinking strategies from COVID-19 diagnosis to classical vaccines use

Speaker Prof. Michael J. Mina
Prof. Michael J. Mina
Harvard Medical School, Boston
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When we discuss about the heterologous effects of measles vaccines, Michael J. Mina is the man behind the science to support how this works, prompting new insigths about a classical disease and the role of measles vaccine in the prevention of “immune amnesia”.But the rethinking provoked by Michael is now over the table when we speak about COVID-19 diagnosis. These things and others will be discussed.
10 Chapter Premiere: 18/12/2020

Pertussis and measles, the lessons in front of your eyes

Speaker Prof. Dr. James D. Cherry
Prof. Dr. James D. Cherry
UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital
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Whooping cough and measles are still a problem, but not the problem they used to be before vaccines were available. Several lessons can be learned that could not only improve what we do about measles or whooping cough, but will also help us in our fight against COVID-19. We will discuss this matter with the international authority on infectious diseases, Prof. James Cherry.
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Honor committee

Excmo. Sr. Alberto Núñez Feijoo Presidente de la Xunta de Galicia, Julio García Comesaña Conselleiro de Sanidad, Servicio Gallego de Salud, Dra. Eloina Núñez Masid Gerente General del Área Integrada de Santiago, Prof. Julián Álvarez Escudero Decano de la Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Prof. Dr. José Castillo Sánchez Director del Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria de Santiago,

Organizing committee

Dr. Fernando Álvez González, Dr. Jesús Antelo Cortizas, Dr. Federico Martinón Sánchez, Prof. Dr. José M. Martinón Sánchez, Prof. Dr. José Peña Guitián, Dr. Lorenzo Redondo Collazo,

Scientific Comittee

Dra. Gema Barbeito Castiñeiras, Dr. Javier Cortés Bordoy, Dr. Jose Gómez Rial, Dra. Maria Luisa Pérez del Molino, Dra. Irene Rivero Calle, Dr. Carmen Rodríguez-Tenreiro Sánchez, Dr. Juan Sánchez Lastres,

Organized by

European Society of Pediatric Infectious Diseases (ESPID) www.espid.org, Servicio de Pediatría, Área Asistencial Integral de Pediatría (CHUS) www.serviciodepediatriasantiago.es, Neumoexpertos en prevención (NEP) www.neumoexpertos.org, Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria de Santiago (IDIS) Grupo de Investigación en Genética, Vacunas, Infecciones y Pediatría (GENVIP) www.genvip.org, Red Gallega de Investigación Pediátrica (ReGALIP) www.regalip.org, Red de investigación traslacional en Infectología Pediátrica (RITIP) www.ritip.org, Red Española de Ensayos Clínicos Pediátricos (RECLIP) www.reclip.org
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