University of Cambridge receives Multi-million Dollar Funding for Clinical Trial using PharmaJet’s Needle-free System to Deliver Vaccine to Prevent COVID-19

GOLDEN, Colo. — October 27, 2020 — PharmaJet®, the maker of innovative, needle-free injection technology, today announced that its Needle-free Injection System will be used to deliver a vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 in a clinical trial. The vaccine developed by DIOSynVax, a spinoff company supported by the University of Cambridge in the UK, recently received multi-million dollar funding from the UK government to move forward with a clinical trial. Preparations for the clinical trial are well underway and the trial will begin as soon as possible.

PharmaJet’s Needle-free System to be used in Australian Clinical COVID-19 Trial

GOLDEN, Colo. — October 6, 2020 — PharmaJet®, the maker of innovative, needle-free injection technology, today announced that its Stratis® Needle-free Injection System will be used to deliver a vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 in a clinical trial in Australia. The DNA-based vaccine COVIGEN was developed by French-Thai pharmaceutical company BioNet and Melbourne-based biotech Technovalia. The Phase 1 trial is a joint collaboration between Australia’s most experienced vaccine trial sites including the University of Sydney, the Telethon Kids Institute in Perth, the University of Adelaide, the Vax4COVID alliance, and with multi-million dollars financial support of Australia’s Medical Research Future Fund.