Our Sponsors

Our gratitude and appreciation to the sponsors of the 6th Global Forum on TB Vaccines. Without the generosity and support of our sponsors, the 6th Global Forum on TB Vaccines would be not be possible.

The French National Centre for Scientific Research is among the world's leading research institutions. Its scientists explore the living world, matter, the Universe, and the functioning of human societies in order to meet the major challenges of today and tomorrow. Internationally recognised for the excellence of its scientific research, the CNRS is a reference in the world of research and development, as well as for the general public.

In the heart of the South-West of France, Toulouse is an urban area that boasts multiple attributes that seduce entrepreneurs and travelers alike. It combines a strong economic outlook, stunningly beautiful heritage, a rich culture, and high-quality gastronomy. Knowledgeable and also vibrant, this is all thanks to a sun-kissed climate and a local temperament that is always inclined to celebrate and create joy.

Responsible for education, professional training and career orientation, the Region is behind innovative initiatives to ensure its students achieve success. Our aim is to guarantee equality of opportunity and optimum educational conditions, while increasing access to training and employment and getting young people involved in regional policies. The Region also supports research institutions, in order to boost economic development, spread innovation through every local district, and promote and enhance public research.

FHI Clinical is a full-service contract research organization (CRO) with the
global expertise, responsive approaches and proven solutions to manage
complex clinical research around the world.

BIOFABRI is a CDMO, focused on human health, which holds EU GMP certification. Biofabri is an ideal partner for any organization intending to advance their biologic product candidates from development scale to clinical Phase I to III and commercial supply. Biofabri is also working on the development of new and innovative biologicals and vaccines.

Acting disinterestedly and independently to achieve its strictly humanitarian goal, the mission of the Fondation Pierre Fabre is to improve access to quality healthcare in the Global South. The Fondation Pierre Fabre has been recognised as being of public utility since 1999.  The Fondation Pierre Fabre is also the main shareholder of the Pierre Fabre Group, with an 86% share. This organisation, unique in France at this level of commitment, makes it possible to endow the Foundation with sustainable means to finance its work.

For more information on sponsorship opportunities or to become a sponsor of the 6th Global Forum on TB Vaccines sponsor, please contact us at toulouse2022@tbvaccinesforum.org.