In the race to develop a vaccine to battle the coronavirus, Rutgers has served as a site for Phase 3 COVID-19 clinical trials for two of the country’s pharmaceutical giants. Jeffrey Carson, a Distinguished Professor of Medicine at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and principal investigator at Rutgers for the Johnson & Johnson trial, and Shobha Swaminathan, associate professor of medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and clinical research site leader for the Moderna trial, discuss how the medical schools were selected and give an inside look at the process of creating a safe and effective vaccine. To read the full story.