Dr. Grill is the Director of the Vaccine Development Institute and a Visiting Professor at Pitzer College (Claremont, CA). This non-profit organization partners with the University of Botswana to develop effective, cold chain-free vaccines that can be produced rapidly and inexpensively by the underserved countries that need them, primarily by "decorating" the Tobacco Mosaic Virus. Beyond vaccine development and production to fight diseases like Lumpy Skin Disease and Rotavirus, his areas of expertise include FDA processes, regulation and pharmaceutical biologics. He was also the Co-founder and Vice President of Research for Large Scale Biology Corporation (Vacaville, CA).