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Cell and Gene Champions Speak Up

sponsored by Bio-Rad, Eppendorf, Millipore Sigma, OmniaBio, and Thermo Fisher Scientific

This year, our cell and gene supplement takes a close look at the state of the field, and the problems that it is facing. In the main feature, we draw on the expert takes sent to us throughout 2022 by various cell and gene “Champions” – opinion leaders and innovators observing, researching, and trying to commercialize cutting edge cell and gene therapies. Our champions includeBruce Levine (University of Pennsylvania), Chelsea Pratt (Bio-Rad), Dave Seaward (3P innovation), Miguel Forte (BioSenic), and more. Also included in the supplement:

  • Lentiviral vs adeno-associated – the pros and cons of vector properties
  • How more efficient manufacturing can help meet rare disease needs
  • Nineties nostalgia with a major player from gene therapy’s early days
  • Reaching beyond the lower branches of possible ophthalmic treatments
  • And more!

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About the Author
Angus Stewart

Associate Editor of The Medicine Maker

Between studying for my English undergrad and Publishing master's degrees I was out in Shanghai, teaching, learning, and getting extremely lost. Now I'm expanding my mind down a rather different rabbit hole: the pharmaceutical industry. Outside of this job I read mountains of fiction and philosophy, and I must say, it's very hard to tell who's sharper: the literati, or the medicine makers.

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