U of T partners with Moderna to advance research in RNA science and technology

From left to right: Illan Kramer, Akshita Vincent, Derek Newton, Leah Cowen, Andrea Carfi, Patricia Gauthier, Kavisha Jayasundara and Shehzad Iqbal (photo by Johnny Guatto) From left to right: Illan Kramer, Akshita Vincent, Derek Newton, Leah Cowen, Andrea Carfi, Patricia Gauthier, Kavisha Jayasundara and Shehzad Iqbal (photo by Johnny Guatto)

U of T partners with Moderna to advance research in RNA science and technology

The University of Toronto and Moderna, Inc. – known for its mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine – plan to work together to develop new tools to prevent and treat infectious diseases.

Guided by a partnership framework agreement, the U.S. biotechnology firm will collaborate with U of T researchers who are working across a wide range of fields, including molecular genetics, biomedical engineering, biochemistry and beyond....

https://www.utoronto.ca/news/u-t-partners-moderna-advance-research-rna-science-and-technology