Isaac Krauss is an associate professor at Brandeis University. He’s working on a new method for creating vaccines that mimic specific antibodies in a way that could lead to immunizations against HIV, many types of cancer, and host of other diseases. He’s also a professional-level violinist, and nearly took another path in life. Hear about his breakthrough vaccine discovery, and the importance of creativity in science, especially when tackling the big challenges.
Presenter: Isaac Krauss, Associate Professor. Brandeis University