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Melissa J. Moore - Dean, R&D College, Moderna University - Moderna | LinkedIn Melissa J. Moore Retired CSO, Professor and Entrepreneur Newton Centre, Massachusetts, United States 1K. Melissa J. Moore is an American biochemist who focuses on RNA. She is the Chief Scientific Officer of Moderna, where her team contributed to development of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine . Early life and education [ edit] Moore was born and raised in New Market, Virginia,  the youngest of four children. . Melissa J. Moore has spent decades researching mRNA, mainly working to extend fundamental knowledge around how it is created, used — and destroyed — in mammalian cells. After many years as an academic researcher, she joined Moderna as its chief scientific officer in 2016. Since October 2016, Melissa is the Chief Scientific Officer, mRNA Research Platform at Moderna Therapeutics Inc. After 13 years at Brandeis University, Dr. Moore joined the UMass Chan Medical School in 2007. Dr. Moore is a Professor in the RNA Therapeutics Institutes at the UMass Chan Medical School, Worcester, where she also holds the Eleanor. 30 sept. 2022 · Dr. Melissa J. Moore currently serves as Chief Scientific Officer, Scientific Affairs, at Moderna. She joined Moderna in 2016 from the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS), where she served as Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Pharmacology, Eleanor Eustis Farrington Chair in Cancer Research, and a long-time. In her role as Chief Scientific Officer, Platform Research, Dr. Melissa Moore is responsible for leading mRNA biology, delivery and computation science research at Moderna. She joined Moderna in 2016 from the University of Massachusetts Medical School, where she served as Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Pharmacology, Eleanor Eustis. 2,205,954 views | Melissa J. Moore • TED2022 Like (66K) How mRNA medicine will change the world Read transcript Talk details Discover new TED Courses! Commit to your learning goals with three new TED Courses. Watch next 24:40 2.32M views | Aug 2021 Meet the scientist couple driving an mRNA vaccine revolution Uğur Şahin and Özlem Türeci 05:43. 15 déc. 2020 · Moore’s work over more than three decades underpins why Moderna was in a position to develop the coronavirus vaccine. As she describes it, she has spent most of her career researching how cells in humans and other mammals use information in their DNA and transcribe or copy it to RNA as a code for blueprints to make proteins.