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Dartmouth PhD Innovation Program: Austin Boesch

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Published on Sep 10, 2013

Dartmouth engineering student Austin Boesch talks about why he chose the PhD Innovation Program and his research focusing on how antibody variants interact with the immune system with the aim of developing more potent vaccine immunogens and antibody therapies.

Faculty advisor: Margie Ackerman

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