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Global network to eradicate PPR is launched

GALVmed representatives Jeremy Salt and Mark Rweyemamu are this week attending a meeting in Vienna, Austria, to launch the Peste des petits ruminants Global Research and Expertise Network (PPR-GREN). The PPR-GREN network was established and endorsed in 2015 to support a global strategy to eradicate PPR. Peste des petits ruminants,or simply known as PPR, was […]

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International Research Consortium on Animal Health: March 2018 Newsletter

Jeremy Salt, our Chief Scientific Officer attended two meetings highlighted in this March edition of  STAR-IDAZ. Jeremy is a member of the scientific committee of International Research Consortium on Animal Health. Read more.

GALVmed delivers goat rearing training in India

GALVmed’s Market Development & Access (MD&A) department in South Asia has been working with the Jeevika Trust recently to deliver training in goat rearing in Bihar, India. The trust was aware of GALVmed’s work and its expertise in animal health and management. It approached the organisation through the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) to train their officials on goat health […]

AgResults’ US $30 million Brucellosis Vaccine Prize on the agenda at Global Sheep Veterinary Congress

        Release date: 24 May 2017 EDINBURGH, UK, May 24, 2017 – Small ruminant experts attending this month’s International Sheep Veterinary Congress in Harrogate are being encouraged to enter a US $30 million prize competition to develop a brucellosis vaccine to improve the livelihoods of smallholder farmers in developing countries. The Brucellosis […]

OIE & GALVmed team up to promote harmonised registration of veterinary drugs in the SADC region

(Johannesburg, 11 May 2017) In a globalising world where clusters of countries increasingly face the same challenges and seek closer cooperation to deal with these issues together, great gains can be made by harmonising approaches to problem solving and avoiding duplication of efforts among countries in the same region. One such area is the registration of […]

ViroVet and GALVmed to collaborate on novel vaccines for sheep & goats

LEUVEN, Belgium, May 17th, 2017 — ViroVet NV, a leading Belgian biopharmaceutical company active in the development of innovative vaccines and antiviral drugs for livestock, is proud to announce a collaboration with GALVmed. Under the collaboration, ViroVet will extend its vaccine pipeline to include novel vaccines for small ruminants. Since its capital increase in December […]

Researchers on a mission to improve the East Coast Fever vaccine

(15th February 2015) GALVmed recently held a workshop Nairobi (19-20 January 2017) to discuss ongoing research to improve the East Coast Fever (ECF) vaccine. The vaccine, commonly known as Infection and Treatment Method (ITM)  was developed in mid-70s and since then new tools have been developed   to characterise the vaccine strains/stocks and provide new knowledge […]

New GALVmed report on requirements, processes to register veterinary products in Africa & South Asia

As part of GALVmed’s regulatory harmonisation efforts, a new document was developed to provide a summarised overview of the country requirements and procedures needed to register veterinary products in 30 African and South Asian countries. Registering veterinary medicines through the current processes is cumbersome, often unpredictable and time consuming. The new report is a resource […]

US $30 million prize launched to develop a B. melitensis vaccine

GALVmed and AgResults are delighted to announce the launch of the Brucellosis Vaccine Initiative, a US $30 million prize competition aimed at incentivising animal health companies to develop a vaccine against brucellosis to be used mainly in developing countries. The prize – one of the largest of its kind – is funded by AgResults, a […]

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