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Emergex Appoints Dr. Anthony Sedgwick as Non-Executive Director

Abingdon, Oxon, UK, 17 June 2021 – Emergex Vaccines Holding Limited (‘Emergex’, or ‘the Company’), a company tackling major global infectious disease threats through the development of synthetic ‘set point’ vaccines which prime the T-Cell immune response, is pleased to announce that Dr. Anthony Sedgwick has been appointed to the Company’s Board as a Non-Executive […]

Emergex Strengthens Senior Management Team

Appointments of Mr Robin Cohen as Business Development Director and Ms Susi Osborne as Manufacturing Director Abingdon, Oxon, UK, 23 February 2021 – Emergex Vaccines Holding Limited (‘Emergex’, or ‘the Company’), a company tackling major global infectious disease threats through the development of synthetic ‘set point’ vaccines which prime the T-Cell immune response, today announces […]

Emergex Notes U.S. Government Reports Highlighting the Importance of T-Cell Immunity in Controlling Viral Infections

Emergex Notes U.S. Government Reports Highlighting the Importance of T-Cell Immunity in Controlling Viral Infections U.S. federal appropriations reports encourage support for T-Cell vaccine approaches for pandemic influenza during the 2021 fiscal year Abingdon, Oxon, UK, 28 January 2021 – Emergex Vaccines Holding Limited (‘Emergex’, or ‘the Company’), a company tackling major global infectious disease […]

Emergex Vaccines signs Collaboration Agreement with Brazil’s Bio-Manguinhos/Fiocruz for the Development of a COVID-19 Vaccine

  Bio-Manguinhos, is a world leader in vaccine development and manufacturing and one of the productive units of Fiocruz, one of the world’s most respected public health research institutions Abingdon, Oxon, UK, 5 January 2021 – Emergex Vaccines Holding Limited (‘Emergex’, or ‘the Company’), a company tackling major global infectious disease threats through the development […]

Emergex Vaccines Raises US$11 million to Advance Pipeline of Synthetic T-Cell Vaccines for Infectious Diseases

Investor support further endorsement of vaccine development strategy Novel approach to vaccine development could address urgent global need for safe, effective vaccines that can be rapidly developed and deployed Abingdon, Oxon, UK, 18 November 2020 – Emergex Vaccines Holding Limited (‘Emergex’), a company tackling major global infectious disease threats through the development of synthetic ‘set […]

Emergex Vaccines and George Mason University Identify T-Cell Epitopes Presented by SARS-Cov-2 Infected Cells

First detailed, empirical analysis of Class 1 epitopes presented by SARS-Cov-2 infected cells which define the T-Cell repertoire necessary for cytotoxic T-Cell function MHC expression library provides an accurate basis for COVID-19 T-Cell vaccine and related diagnostics development Doylestown PA, USA and Abingdon, Oxon, UK, 15 September 2020– Emergex Vaccines Holding Limited (‘Emergex’), a company […]

Emergex Vaccines forms US subsidiary (Emergex USA) by acquisition of laboratories, technology and assets of US-based T cell specialist biotech ImmProNano

Acquisition brings critical technical pre-clinical vaccine development capabilities in-house and establishes US based Emergex subsidiary Emergex uniquely develops novel 100% synthetic ‘set-point’ T cell priming vaccines to address some of the world’s most pathogenic infectious diseases Current COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing threat of pandemic flu demonstrate urgent global need for safe, effective vaccines which can […]

Emergex and Bio-Manguinhos/Fiocruz Elucidate T Cell Epitopes Produced by Commercial Yellow Fever Vaccine

First identification of epitopes which shape CD8 T cell response to commercial live attenuated vaccine has implications across RNA virus vaccine development Vaccine primes immune system against T cell epitopes that would be minor or subdominant in a natural infection and are derived from internal proteins Abingdon, UK and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 19 August […]

Emergex Signs Agreement with George Mason University for Highly Pathogenic RNA Virus Studies

Emergex Vaccines and George Mason University’s (Mason) National Center for Biodefense and Infectious Diseases (NCBID) enter into an agreement relating to the development of CD8+ priming RNA virus vaccines In particular, NCBID researchers will partner to provide additional expertise, resources, and vital samples to complement Emergex’s existing vaccine programs, including for SARS-CoV-2 Abingdon, UK, 22 […]