Antibodies and Beyond
Sitting Down With… Jane Osbourn, Chair at Mogrify and the UK BioIndustry Association, Cambridge, UK
James Strachan | | Interview
Where did your career begin?
From a very young age, I’ve been driven by my desire to understand how the world around us works. I wanted to study something that really counted. I was a student and post-doc in the 1980s – PCR had just been invented and a revolution was taking place in molecular biology, so it was an exciting time to enter the field. Later, I switched my focus to the emerging area of antibody engineering and applied for a job at Cambridge Antibody Technology (CAT). The technical potential of human antibodies was tempting from an academic perspective, but as soon as I started working in a biotech environment, I realized the full extent of the applications in medicine.
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