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Developing mRNA for Therapy and Vaccine: The Story of An Immigrant
Dr. Karikó, a renowned scientist and immigrant, discusses her life and work in developing mRNA therapy and vaccination. Her study has advanced our understanding of genetics and contributed to a paradigm shift in treating and preventing disease.

Dr. Karikó will discuss the intricate field of mRNA therapy and vaccinations, delving into the underlying science and elucidating how they function to combat disease. She will talk about coming to the United States as an immigrant and pursuing a career in science, highlighting her difficulties and how she overcame them, such as budget cuts and skepticism from her peers. Despite these obstacles, she stayed dedicated to her job, eventually made significant advances in genetic research, and paved the road for creating mRNA-based medicines and vaccines.

This is a must-attend for everyone interested in mRNA research, whether you are a seasoned expert or just curious about the latest findings. Come help us honor a remarkable woman, mother, and scientist and hear and ask her questions about her journey and the exciting developments in the fight against diseases.
Don’t miss out on the chance to hear Dr. Karikó’s tale, be inspired by her words of wisdom, and, most importantly, ask her questions and get to know her.

Apr 8, 2023 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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