Karin Norling in the lab


Photographer: MIa Halleröd Palmgren/Chalmers University of Technology

Karin Norling is now in the process of coordinating and preparing the laboratory work for the new pilot project. By combining several promising concepts developed at Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg, AstraZeneca and internationally, the researchers hope to be able to test a unique vaccination concept against COVID-19.

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