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Evaxion co-founder takes step back from management, joins board

Niels Iversen Møller, who helped found Evaxion Biotech, is leaving his management role at the vaccine company to instead focus on being an active member of the board.

Niels Iversen Møller, co-founder of Evaxion Biotech | Photo: Evaxion Biotech / PR

Niels Iversen Møller, who helped found vaccine company Evaxion Biotech alongside Andreas Holm Mattsson, has left the company effective April 1 after having spent around 14 years in its top leadership, according to a company filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Iversen Møller explains his decision to leave in an interview with MedWatch:

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