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Meet Stalin Raj, the Indian microbiologist working on a vaccine for coronavirus

vembuv

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Hope the Government will motivate and encourage such enthusiastic youngters...and provide them necessary support.

Wishing the team all the Best in their endeavor.

Meet Stalin Raj, the Indian microbiologist working on a vaccine for coronavirus

In an interview with TNM, Stalin Raj talks about his work on vaccine development and on working with a team which discovered coronavirus.

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With over 95,000 cases being reported from over 70 countries across the world, coronavirus has left health officials around the world on high alert. In places like South Korea, leaders have announced stringent measures to be introduced in an effort to curb the spread of the virus.

Closer to home in Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram, one scientist and his team have been working relentlessly to develop a vaccine against the coronavirus. V Stalin Raj is an Associate Professor at the Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research Thiruvananthapuram (IISER TVM) and might be one among a handful of Indian scientists who are working on developing a vaccine. In an interview with TNM, he talks about his journey and explains the hurdles involved in creating a new vaccine.

How is the vaccine developed?

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