Chlamydia booster vaccine shot using implant technology for koalas under development

Prof Ken Beagley

Professor Ken Beagley, from the Centre for Immunology and Infection Control is leading a research team to develop a booster vaccine using implant technology for koalas in the fight against the deadly Chlamydia disease, after being awarded a health grant to develop the technology from the Saving Koalas Fund.
The new technology is designed to avoid problems for wild koalas and wildlife handlers having to recapture or hold the animals for 30 days, to receive a second immunisation. red the full story here