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ANamed Texas Inventor of the Year

UT-Austin researcher has a vital role in the development of COVID-19 vaccines.

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Dr. Jason McLellan in his lab at the University of Texas at Austin in 2020.

They started working on coronaviruses back in 2013, and at present, at least four of the COVID-19 vaccines showing promise are using technology developed in Jason McLellan's lab at the University of Texas at Austin.

To date, hundreds of millions of people across the globe have been immunized against COVID-19 with vaccines that use the team's spike protein technology.

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University of Maryland and Scientist at forefront of COVID-19 vaccine

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Dr. Kizzmekia S. Corbett is a research fellow and the scientific lead for the Coronavirus Vaccines and Immunopathogenesis Team at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of Allergy, and Infectious Diseases, Vaccine Research Center (VRC). Read More...

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The vaccine development process — for COVID and any vaccine —involves many layers of study, testing, and review. According to The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, vaccines usually take an average of 10-15 years to create.

Source: University of Maryland Medical System

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