Index – Local – Katalin Karikó: I am always amazed at the sizes mentioned on the page
The latest vaccine against the coronavirus epidemic was developed on the basis of the patent of a biologist and biochemist born in Zolnok, which is why the Board of Trustees of Public Media awarded him the first prize created in 2020 with the aim of creating tradition.
He grew up in Hungary, but wanted to become a scientist, even though he had never met anyone. He immigrated to the United States in his twenties, but has not been able to find a permanent job for decades. Yet he insisted on searching. Photo by Catalin Carrico.
The winner was awarded a trophy plaque and his photograph also decorated the wall of one of the hallways at MTVA Headquarters.
I am always amazed at how much my name is mentioned on the page. Acknowledgment is good, but you’d better be impressed by people’s letters describing what the vaccine means to them.
– said Catalin Carrico.
Duna Médiaszolgáltató Nonprofit Zrt. And MTVA establishes recognition with the aim of creating tradition. The Public Media of the Year Award is awarded at the end of each year to an individual who, through his career and career, has created lasting value and has had a significant impact on the events of that year.
The Prime Minister receives the research biologist
On May 13, Victor Orban welcomed research biologist Catalin Carrico to the Carmelite Monastery. The Prime Minister expressed his appreciation and appreciation for the research work of the specialist. During the informal discussion, the personal life of the researcher, the development of mRNA-based vaccines, the international performance of Hungarian sciences and the importance of vaccination were discussed.
After the meeting, a short interview with Catalin Carrico was published MTA site. In this, the researcher spoke, among other things, that the vaccination of children between the ages of 12 and 15 could be an important milestone in the near future, and she recommended that mothers be vaccinated with mRNA vaccines, as this would not only protect the fetuses.
Hope was also recently honored by the Human Dignity Council.