These Genome Writers Will Change Medicine
Faster than a speeding bullet. More powerful than a locomotive. These bioengineers are writing DNA to program cells to do what no machine can do. They’re creating solutions for healthcare’s biggest challenges, from new therapeutics for devastating diseases to reducing production costs of expensive medicine. This panel features a new breed of bioengineers — the genome writers – who are doing science for good.
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- What is a genome writer, how are they able to program cells, and why should I know about them now?
- In what ways can gene editing be used to improve medicine?
- How far away are these products from helping patients, and where will we see them first?
Jason Spark, SVP, Canale Communications