Dr. Andrew Potter receives 2019 Saskatchewan Order of Merit
Dr. Andrew Potter, VIDO-InterVac's former Director and CEO, is one of this year's recipients of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit.
Lung plague vaccine wins international award
A vaccine against contagious bovine pleuropneumonia (CBPP) won the award for Best Veterinary Vaccine at the 12th World Vaccine Congress in Washington DC.
Agencies search for ASF vaccine
VIDO-InterVac is helping lead the way developing a vaccine for African swine fever. In May, more than 30 different vaccine candidates for the disease are scheduled for efficacy testing.
Vaccine development speeding up
VIDO-InterVac in Saskatoon embraces new technology . Reverse vaccinology is a promising method for creating vaccines that in the near future will protect livestock from prevalent and chronic diseases.
Using a new approach to create the first bovine tuberculosis vaccine
Bovine tuberculosis is a costly cattle disease that primarily affects low and middle-income countries. More than 50 million cattle are infected every year, costing an estimated US$3 billion annually.