The Veterinary Diagnostics and Infectious Disease team at Utah State University is setting out to conduct interdisciplinary research leading to commercial opportunities in the areas of infectious disease and diagnostics. VDID draws on the strengths of USU’s College of Agriculture and College of Science as it tackles a $1 billion-a-year market in the United States for animal disease screening and diagnostics.
The team will collaboratively use animal models to study human and animal diseases – and the results could lead to various biomedical and agricultural applications with enormous commercial potential five years down the road.
The Commercial Enterprises group at USU works closely with VDID to promote relationships with partners and industry leaders.
To learn more about these partnerships, visit Commercial Enterprises.