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Making Vaccines Easier With Microneedles

Rachel Creighton is a graduate student in bioengineering. She is developing a dissolving microneedle patch to deliver vaccines into the cheek, and am studying how changes in the geometry and materials of the microneedles can make the vaccine better at

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Sick of yearly vaccination? A look at what’s on the horizon for vaccine innovation and development

Lexi Walls is a graduate student in Biochemistry. She utilizes microscopes to visualize the infection machinery of viruses at the nanoscopic level. These viral snapshots will improve our understanding of how viruses function and how best to inhibit their infection.

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Video: Making Vaccines Less of a Pain by Hannah Frizzell

Check out the video of Hannah’s talk! Part of the University of Washington’s Engage Program, Hannah Frizzell presented her PhD research on the history of vaccines and how she is working to develop oral vaccines that will be less of

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