The Department of Technology and Product Development was established on October 21, 2014 according to Decision No. 57/QD-PVTY-TCCB of the Director of IVRD. After more than 7 years of operation, the Development Department has possitively contributed to the overall development of IVRD with many technical improvements, improved vaccine quality, development of new products, implementing multiple projects at various levels. The research team of the department are young, dynamic, enthusiastic staffs who are well trained at domestically and abroad such as: Japan, Taiwan, Korea…
Advise on the field of technical management and supervision, product quality produced by IVRD. Consulting, researching and manufacturing new products.
+ Responsible for supervision and inspection of technical aspects and product quality during the production process.
+ Consulting, researching, improving and perfecting the production process of products of IVRD.
+ Receive and complete transferred results from research projects and products from domestic and foreign cooperation projects.
+ Carrying out procedures for registration and circulation of new products.
+ Coordinate with relevant units to research, propose and develop plans to innovate technology and equipment lines in service of production, meeting the practical requirements of IVRD.
+ Perform other duties assigned by the Director
Mentored 3 masters and multiple under-graduate students at Nha Trang University, Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry, etc.
- National product development science and technology project (2018 – 2021): “Research and production of quadrivalent lyophilized attenuated vaccines to prevent 4 diseases in pigs: Pasteurellosis, Salmonellosis, Eryperiplas, Cholera in Swine”
- Ministry-level scientific research project in cooperation with the Institute of Veterinary Medicine (2020-2023): “Study to determine necrotizing enterocolitis and sudden death in young cattle (pigs, calves) caused by the toxin of Clostridium perfringens bacteria types A, C, D – Preparation of multivalent antitoxin (toxoid) vaccines to prevent disease”
- Regular tasks, grassroots topics:
– “Survey on the circulation of E.coli bacteria in poultry raised in Khanh Hoa”
– “Study on making vaccines against necrotizing enterocolitis caused by Clostridium perfringens in cows, goats and sheep and surveying the situation of necrotizing enterocolitis caused by Clostridium perfringens in ostriches and chickens raised in Khanh Hoa province ”
– “Research and trial production of antibodies to prevent diseases caused by Streptococcus iniae and Vibrio vulnificus on seabass”
– “Research and trial production of E. Coli antibody preparations to prevent head edema and diarrhea in pigs”
– “Study to improve the quality of bivalent vaccines – Pasteurellosis – Salmonellosis, Pasteurellosis – Eryperiplas”
– “Research to improve the medium, increase the number of bacteria after fermentation”
– “Research to improve the quality of Chickenpox vaccine” – “Research to improve the quality of duck cholera vaccine”
– “Research to improve the quality of Swine Fever vaccine”
– “Research to improve the quality of probiotics”
Science and technology awards
- First Prize for Science and Technology Innovation of Khanh Hoa Province in 2017: Project “Research and production of Clostridium perfringens antitoxin vaccine to prevent necrotizing enterocolitis in cows, goats and sheep” in 2017
- Prize A in Science and Technology of Khanh Hoa province in 2020: Project “Research and production of inactivated dual vaccines against head edema and Salmonelosis (Colisal)”
Articles in national journals
Nguyen Thi Tham, Vu Khac Hung, Nguyen Duc Tan, Pham Khanh Nam, Vu Thai Than, Le Lap, 2020. Isolation and determination of virulence factors of Clostridium perfringens in chickens. Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology. Volume XXVII, No. 5, 49-56.
Nguyen Thi Tham, Vu Khac Hung, Nguyen Duc Tan, Pham Khanh Nam, Vu Thai Than, Dao Duy Hung, Le Hong Quy, 2020. Determination of virulence factors of Clostridium perfringens bacteria isolated from ostrich. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development. No. 14, period 2, July, 130-136.
Nguyen Duc Tan, Nguyen Thi Tham, Dao Duy Hung, Tran Van Trung, Pham Khanh Nam, 2020. Evaluation of the immune response of the quadrivalent vaccine, Pasteurellosis, Salmonellosis, Eryperiplas, Cholera in Swine. Journal Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology. Volume XXVII, No. 7, 38-45.
Articles in international journals
Tham Thi Nguyen, Hung Vu-Khac, Tan Duc Nguyen, 2020. Isolation and characterization of Clostridium perfringens strains isolated from ostriches (Struthio camelus) in Vietnam. Veterinary World, 13 (8): 1679-1684.
For further details, please contact MSc. Nguyen Thi Tham
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