QPS, collaborated with Medigen Vaccine Biologics Corporation to complete toxicology studies necessary for the development of a COVID-19 vaccine. Researchers at the Center of Toxicology and Preclinical Sciences (CTPS) at QPS Taiwan completed the studies swiftly to accelerate the development of the vaccine, which has just been approved by the Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) in Taiwan. Medigen Vaccine Biologics Corporation also successfully secured a first-of-its-kind government grant for the clinical trial of the novel vaccine, which helped expedite the vaccine development. CTPS at QPS Taiwan was the primary testing facility for the toxicity study of the novel vaccine. The researchers accepted the first clinical cases in October 2020 and completed the studies in just a few months. The team met all scientific objectives, analyzed all endpoints, and reported all outcomes as scheduled. . The team of researchers at CTPS at QPS Taiwan listened to the needs of its partner, delivering prompt and flexible study execution, frequent and thorough reporting, and on-the-fly responses to inquiries and requests. Keeping in mind optimal toxicity study designs and addressing specific requirements and concerns of the regulatory review, the researchers generated weekly updates of the ongoing study. These updates kept the client and the regulatory review abreast of the latest study advancements and outcomes. Despite the rapid pace of research, the quality of these interim reports remained consistent with the team's usual high standard for study reporting. QPS Taiwan was able to provide further support to the vaccine development effort through the QPS Unitix division. QPS Unitix deployed a legion of study nurses across four medical centers to recruit over 50 percent of the eligible subjects required for the trial in just two months.