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Med’s Agata Exner and postdoctoral scholar Pinunta “Petch” Nittayacharn explain their mRNA research

CWRU explores improving mRNA delivery with fellowship award from Moderna
Crain’s Cleveland Business (subscription required): Agata Exner, the Henry Willson Payne Professor and vice chair for basic research at the School of Medicine, and Pinunta “Petch” Nittayacharn, a postdoctoral scholar in the Exner Lab, explained their research that could potentially overcome the challenge of targeting mRNA to specific diseased cells—with a Global Research Fellowship award from Moderna Inc.