Pitt receives CDC approval to bring coronavirus to Pittsburgh to help develop a vaccine

//Pitt receives CDC approval to bring coronavirus to Pittsburgh to help develop a vaccine

Pitt receives CDC approval to bring coronavirus to Pittsburgh to help develop a vaccine

The University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Vaccine Research could have a specimen from the deadly SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus within the week in an effort by the world-renowned research institution to help create a vaccine. Pitt, where Dr. Jonas Salk created the polio vaccine, is one of the country’s leading biomedical research centers. The Center for Vaccine Research on the Pitt campus is designed to safely and efficiently handle some of the world’s most dangerous infectious diseases. It’s the…

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