Last week, some of our scientists presented their work on mRNA at the 10th International mRNA Health Conference, which was held virtually and in Boston (8-10th November, 2022).
The conference was aimed at academic professionals and industry to explore the current knowledge and application of mRNA medicines.
We are very proud that our PhD student Aysegül Yildiz from the Vectors Unit received the award for the best poster with her studies on 'Transamplifying RNA as a non-cytotoxic delivery platform of functional miRNA and simultaneous transgene expression'. Congratulations!
More information here: https://www.mrna-conference.com/