"I’m developing vaccines that better mimic pathogens and can activate the memory of the immune system as if it was the real thing, derived from harmless bacteria. These types of vaccines are very versatile, safe, and easy to produce. My particular project focuses on combining different immune activators on one molecule to enhance the immune response." Read more about Mariela Rivera-De Jesús
Korie Grayson, Ph.D. 2020
Korie Grayson graduated in 2020 with a Ph.D. (King Lab). Read more about Korie in this spotlight on the Cornell Graduate School website.
Hear from Korie in her own words about her passion for increasing the number of underrepresented minorities in STEM and doing advocacy work while redefining the image of what a scientist looks like (and why she chose Cornell!) in this High-tech Sunday podcast.