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Project Manager (f/m) – Prophylactic Vaccines

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    Scientist (f/m) Immunology and Infectious Diseases

    CureVac AG is a biopharmaceutical company researching, developing and producing novel drugs based on the natural molecule Messenger RNA (mRNA). Our focus is on innovative cancer immunotherapies and prophylactic vaccines. Currently, about 340 RNA people are striving to achieve our main goal: ... more

    Senior Project Manager (f/m) - Oncology

    CureVac AG is a biopharmaceutical company researching, developing and producing novel drugs based on the natural molecule Messenger RNA (mRNA). Our focus is on innovative cancer immunotherapies and prophylactic vaccines. Currently, about 340 RNA people are striving to achieve our main goal: ... more

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    CureVac to Pursue mRNA Vaccines Against Flu and Malaria

    CureVac AG announced the awarding of two new grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The programs will leverage CureVac’s RNActive® prophylactic vaccine technology to develop mRNA-based vaccines designed to prevent influenza and malaria infection. These vaccines, which are flexible ... more

    CureVac and Arcturus Therapeutics announce broad strategic collaboration

    CureVac AG and Arcturus Therapeutics Ltd. announced they have entered into a broad strategic collaboration to jointly discover, develop and commercialize novel messenger RNA (mRNA) therapeutics. Under the agreement, the companies will collaborate to develop up to four molecular therapy prod ... more

    CureVac Announces Groundbreaking of Industrial-Scale GMP Production Facility for RNA Therapeutics

    CureVac AG announced the groundbreaking of its industrial-scale, GMP-compliant production facility at its headquarters in Tübingen, Germany. The novel production facility – called GMP IV – will be able to produce approximately 30 million doses of RNA-based therapeutics per year, and is expe ... more

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