GALVmed partnership work on livestock vaccines highlighted as a catalyst for development
In a recent Guardian article, Sue Desmond-Hellmann, CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Nick Hurd, the UK International Development Minister, write that GALVmed's vaccine partnership work is an example of a catalyst for development. The article, To end poverty, put science at the heart of developmenthighlights the importance of using research, technological innovation and knowledge-sharing to transform the lives of the poorest people.
GALVmed conducts product development projects in collaboration with different partners worldwide for the development of various livestock health products. GALVmed is looking for a Veterinary Product Development Manager who will lead the product development projects and initiate, manage and monitor related laboratory and clinical research work for these products. This post is based in our Nairobi office.