Recently, there have been a lot of questions surrounding the new COVID-19 vaccines and the speed with which they were made and distributed to the American public. While the vaccines did come out quickly, it is important to focus on the advancement this shows in both the scientific and medical field and what this could lead to in the future of immunizations.
ISU microbiology students, along with Professor Rhesa Ledbetter, are offering to give a presentation to students, faculty, and the general public surrounding the making of the COVID-19 vaccines and the science behind what it can and can’t do to those who are vaccinated. The purpose of this is not to persuade the public or change opinions but to simply inform on the science behind what can be seen as a dark veil surrounding the vaccines.
If you are interested in scheduling a presentation for your club, class, organization, or business, please contact Chans Arce at email@example.com to schedule a time.