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Canceled: The Science Behind COVID-19 Vaccines & Immunology

Date: Time: 3:00 pm–4:30 pm
Nebraska East Union Room: Prairie Suite
Additional Info: NEU
Contact: Student Affairs, (402) 472-3755
Increase your understanding of the science behind biology and immunology, along with how scientists use that information to develop vaccines and how these vaccines work in our bodies. Plan to attend this interesting and informal educational session with Dr. Angie Pannier, a biomedical engineer and expert in nucleic acid vaccines, and Dr. Amanda Ramer-Tait, an immunologist and expert on host-microbe interactions.

Whether you’re a budding researcher yourself or you’d like to increase your scientific knowledge to share with family and friends, this session will break down the basics of how vaccines work. The first 45 minutes will provide an overview and the second half of the session will offer time for Q&A.

RSVP to attend at https://go.unl.edu/immunology

https://go.unl.edu/immunology

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