Jeff Fischer, co-founder and president of Longhorn Vaccines and Diagnostics, discusses the history and ongoing development of both protein- and mRNA-based vaccines.
In this episode of the Drug Solutions Podcast, Grant Playter, associate editor, speaks with Jeff Fischer, co-founder and president of Longhorn Vaccines and Diagnostics, on the history and ongoing development of both protein- and mRNA-based vaccines. Topics of discussion include recent vaccine approvals, the broader state of the vaccine industry, and ideal use cases for both vaccine formulations.
Jeff Fischer, co-founder and president, Longhorn Vaccines and Diagnostics
Jeff Fischer, MBA, is the President of Longhorn and is responsible for oversight of all non-scientific aspects of the organization to include regulatory affairs. Jeff co-founded the company and has served as its Chief Financial Officer from 2007-2017. From 1998-2005, Jeff served as an executive vice president and CFO in the biotechnology industry. He is a former infantry officer in the United States Marine Corps and holds an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.
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