Gene Editing and the Future of Human Evolution
Our current approach to medicine and health has long been reactive - treating and intervening once symptoms appear. Through biomedical research and gene editing we are transforming our approach to our health from a reactive state to a proactive state — evolving ourselves with gene editing technology and bioengineering aimed at stopping the fundamental root causes of disease before they take hold.
Daisy Robinton, PhD
Daisy Robinton PhD is a cell biologist at Harvard University researching mechanisms of stem cell identity at the intersection of cancer and developmental biology. Daisy’s passion for the effective translation of science has fueled her years of teaching, speaking, and consulting on numerous projects in the US and abroad.
Driving Health Tech 2016: Genredigering vil i fremtiden gøre det muligt at fjerne sygdomme, inden de overhovedet bliver skabt. Daisy Robinton, PhD i cellebiologi, vil holde oplæg om genredigering og biomedicin til Driving ...