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Staff scientist Laura VanBlargan, PhD, works with the virus that causes COVID-19 under high biosafety conditions at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. VanBlargan co-led a study that identified an antibody that is highly protective against a broad range of viral variants

Staff scientist Laura VanBlargan, PhD, works with the virus that causes COVID-19 under high biosafety conditions at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. VanBlargan co-led a study that identified an antibody that is highly protective against a broad range of viral variants. Credit: Matt Miller/Washington University

Staff scientist Laura VanBlargan, PhD, works with the virus that causes COVID-19 under high biosafety conditions at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. VanBlargan co-led a study that identified an antibody that is highly protective against a broad range of viral variants.

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