An Ohio State University professor who has developed a respiratory virus vaccine for pigs now licensed and used by the pork industry has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).
Renukaradhya Gourapura, professor of veterinary preventive medicine in the Food Animal Health Research Program at the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences in Wooster, joins a 2019 class of Fellows representing 136 research universities and governmental and nonprofit research institutes worldwide. He is the 10th Ohio State inventor to be chosen as a Fellow of the NAI.
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Written by Emily Caldwell.
Originally published December 11, 2019.