Emory Biology recently hosted a special seminar sponsored by the Hightower Fund and given virtually by Dr. Melissa Moore, who is the Chief Scientific Officer for Platform Research at Moderna. The title of her talk was A timely confluence: The backstory of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine. About 175 people attended the talk, and 35-40 students met with Dr. Moore by Zoom for a special student session. In this session, she touched upon two aspects, one was focused on her career journey and the other was focused on how the vaccine compares to other mRNA vaccines, the development process, and the challenges of it.
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- Human physiology students attended the first in-person Artistic Office Hour
- Celebration of Faculty Eminence:
- New class “Human Flourishing: Imagine a Just City,” led by Emory biology professor Micaela Martinez and comedian David Perdue uses art to teach social justice
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