In this interview, Christopher Karch (Henry M. Jackson Foundation (HJF) at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, MD, USA) discusses research he was involved in concerning the design of a self-assembling protein nanoparticle displaying the V1V2 loop of the HIV-1 virus envelope protein. Read the full research article here >>> Please can you introduce yourself and give a short summary of your research career to date? My research background is in molecular biology, infectious disease biology and biophysics. I received my PhD from the University of Connecticut (CT, USA) in 2016 working on the development of the self-assembling protein...
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