75% of emerging infectious diseases like Coronavirus, Lyme, and Malaria start in animals.

US BIOLOGIC Delivers Disease Prevention® by providing orally delivered vaccines
to address the world's great health challenges.

US BIOLOGIC Delivers Disease Prevention® by providing orally delivered vaccines to address the world's great health challenges.

US BIOLOGIC is a social innovation company that "Delivers Disease Prevention®”. The company’s proprietary OrisBioSM oral-delivery platform is changing global disease prevention, allowing safe, effective, and cost-efficient delivery of a variety of preventative therapeutics (vaccine and anti-microbial) to wildlife, companion animals, and food animals.

US BIOLOGIC works with world-renowned experts, placing their proven technologies into its oral-delivery platform and then commercializes those new products by providing necessary funding, regulatory support, manufacturing, and distribution expertise. Our solutions include tick-borne diseases, pet health, food-animal health, and predictive analytics.

Discover Magazine

Deadly Animal Diseases Can Jump to Humans. Is Vaccinating Wildlife the Answer?

Every January, planes dump one million small plastic packets covered in fishmeal crumbles along the Texas-Mexico border. When the sharp teeth of feral dogs or coyotes pierce the plastic, a liquid rabies vaccine squirts into their mouths. Full article

Nature Magazine

The Growing Global Battle Against Blood-Sucking Ticks

On a balmy day in late June, Scott Williams waits for a white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus) to fall asleep. Williams, a wildlife biologist with the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station in New Haven, has just transferred the animal from a trap to a plastic bag containing a cotton ball doused in anaesthetic. Full article

Scientific American

Vaccinating Mice May Finally Slow Lyme Disease

Kirby Stafford, Connecticut’s state entomologist, knows only one surefire way to reduce tick populations enough to cut Lyme disease rates: killing deer. Otherwise, he says, “very little by itself really reduces tick numbers enough.” Full article