Frank Graham is a Distinguished University Professor of pathology and molecular medicine and biology.

Professor’s work more than 45 years ago now used to develop COVID-19 vaccine candidate

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McMaster University professor emeritus Frank Graham has been recognized for the impact of his scientific work almost five decades ago which is being used for production of several COVID-19 vaccine candidates.

Last week, the National Research Council of Canada formally recognized Frank Graham, Distinguished University Professor of pathology and molecular medicine and biology, for his creation of the HEK 293 cell line and its importance in the production of biologic molecules, including current COVID-19 vaccine product candidates….

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