News Archive

  • Young Innovators: U of S student works on cattle vaccine for 'lung plague'

    VIDO-InterVac student Teresia Maina works towards preventing bovine "lung plague"

  • Dr. Philip Griebel receives 2015 AAVI Distinguished Veterinary Immunologist Award

    Dr. Philip Griebel receives 2015 AAVI Distinguished Veterinary Immunologist Award

  • Line Blurs Between Animal and Human Health

    Why interprovincial teamwork is needed to fight highly infectious diseases that migrate from animals to humans.

  • VIDO-InterVac celebrates its 40th Anniversary today with release of 2014-2015 Annual Report

    In 2015, we celebrate VIDO-InterVac's 40-year history. It has continued to advance science to the betterment of both human and animal populations. It has distinguished itself as a world leader in both vaccines and delivery platforms.

  • Funding awarded to develop vaccines for bovine tuberculosis and Johne’s disease

    Researchers from VIDO-InterVac and UBC to use genomics to develop vaccines for mycobacterial diseases in cattle.

  • Associate director receives honorary diploma

    Joyce Sander receives honorary diploma from Saskatchewan Polytechnic.

  • Funding announced to enhance influenza vaccine research and development

    VIDO-InterVac awarded funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada for the development of innovative pandemic influenza vaccines.

  • Meat system safe despite BSE case

    Director Andrew Potter discusses Canada's first case of BSE since 2011.

  • Unique collaboration will combat deadly disease found in pigs

    VIDO-InterVac receives funding to develop a modified live virus vaccine for porcine epidemic diarrhea virus.

  • Should you be getting your measles vaccine?

    VIDO-InterVac's Associate Director of Research, Volker Gerdts, discusses the measles vaccine on CTV Saskatoon morning news.