Greffex, Inc., a company leading a paradigm shift in the design, development and production of vaccines, elected two new members to its board of directors on Monday. They are John D. White, founder and chairman of PSP Capital and former U.S. Ambassador to Qatar, Chase Untermeyer. Both are accomplished leaders and will bring significant global and national experience to Greffex, Inc.
“John and Chase are both strong leaders with impressive accomplishments and contributions that span across business and public service,” said John R. Price, Co-Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive of Greffex, Inc. “They will serve as valuable additions to the board.”
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May 15, 2017
Greffex, Inc. and the Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) are excited to announce a collaboration on advanced process and manufacturing development. This agreement will advance the research and development of Greffex vaccines and assist the Health Science Center’s Center for Innovation in Advanced Development and Manufacturing (CIADM) at TAMUS to establish a robust, efficient pipeline of countermeasures to public health emergencies both in the US and worldwide.
From the press release:
“As we prepare for the next phase of research and development, we needed a creative, innovative “university-based” partner to assist us in our long-range development plans,” said John R. Price, President and CEO of Greffex, “and in Texas A&M Health Science Center’s Center for Innovation in Advanced Development and Manufacturing (CIADM), we found the creative, forward-thinking researchers who can leverage the resources of the entire university system.”
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September 4, 2014
In the summer of 2014, Greffex was asked by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) for a sample of its vaccine for MERS-CoV so that it could run tests to evaluate the production of neutralizing antibodies.
On a very tight schedule (less than two months) Greffex produced, purified, and vaccinated animals with the GreMERSfi. Mice were immunized in a prime/boost schedule with a small dose (approx. 3×108 genome equivalents). A standard micro-neutralization assay was used to quantify the humoral immune responses. All of the animals raised significant levels of neutralizing antibodies. 75% of the animals presented with very high antibody titers in the range of 640 to more than 2,560 (the test limit). In light of these results, the NIAID has invited Greffex to request further trials under its sponsorship.
AURORA, Colorado, June 24, 2013
MERS-CoV: In one month Greffex builds an advanced vaccine against the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus
A scant two months after creating the first comprehensive vaccine for H7N9 avian influenza, Greffex developed a vaccine to protect against the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV.) The vaccine was readied in just four weeks after MERS-CoV had moved to the WHO’s “alert phase” that also includes the human bird flu viruses H5N1 and H7N9.
platform combines a flexible ‘plug-and-play’TM
design accommodating different antigens, such as the MERS-CoV major surface S protein gene, with shortened development times of less than one month.
For more information about Greffex and its GREVAXTM vaccines, please go to our website: www.greffex.com or contact John R. Price at firstname.lastname@example.org / 303-577-0400.
AURORA, Colorado, 5/1/13
BusinessWire | Greffex has completed the construction of the first comprehensive vaccine against the virulent strain of H7N9 avian influenza.
Greffex scientists have created the first comprehensive vaccine for H7N9 avian influenza.
For more information about the Greffex and its GREVAXTM vaccines, please go to our website: www.greffex.com or contact John R. Price at email@example.com / 303-577-0400.