Sophie works on topics related to vaccination confidence and strengthening life-course immunisation, and she supports the work of the Vaccines Committee more broadly.
Prior to joining IFPMA, Sophie worked at the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative, as well as at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, primarily within external relations and project management teams.
Sophie holds a master’s degree in International Affairs with a global health specialisation from the Geneva Graduate Institute, and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from McGill University.
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Vaccines can unlock a brighter future for people around the world
With a vaccine pipeline that can tackle today’s and tomorrow’s challenges, the life-saving potential of vaccines is more far-reaching than we know. From routine childhood immunisation to seasonal flu or COVID-19, vaccines are important for our health. In fact, four million deaths are prevented each year from childhood vaccination alone. Within the next seven years,...