Published May 15, 2023

Buffalo brain power brings innovative treatments, therapies and technology to health care

Buffalo Business First reports on four examples of innovations in health care being developed in Western New York, including a method for freeze-drying formulas for vaccines being developed by a UB research team led by Jonathan Lovell, biomedical engineering researcher, professor and co-founder of POP Biotechnologies.

As reported, the technology could help vaccines — for HIV, cancer, malaria, COVID-19 and more — become easier to store and distribute. POP Biotechnologies has licensed the vaccine delivery methods and partners with a Korean company on clincial trials for a COVID-19 vaccine.

The company is exploring additional collaborations with commerical partners and for other diseases, as well as its own lead candidate vaccine.

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