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How well do your core values guide your organization? 2020 was the year we found out. (Part Two)
This is our story, offered as a reflection from the hearts and minds of many across our organization. We are writing this post the same way we got through 2020. Together.
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Our quality culture enables pioneering science
by SONIA RAZZETTI, PhD, VICE PRESIDENT OF QUALITY
Quality is a mindset that enables our science at Generation Bio. It’s all about rigor. Responsibility. Integrity. And a commitment not just to do great work but to document that science so it can be understood, replicated, and built upon for years to come.
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Special Delivery: Engineering a non-viral delivery platform for a new class of gene therapy
by MATTHEW STANTON, PhD, CHIEF SCIENTIFIC OFFICER
I stared at the display of cell culture images on the monitor. Every one of them was dark. Sometimes a breakthrough comes from what is not there.
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Zac and Jonathan: A brothers’ journey
"What motivated us to adopt was recognizing the need. There were kids everywhere who needed a mommy and daddy and we could do that.” — Paul
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Penny and Simon take on the world
"There is no normal. There is only life." — Danny Penny and Simon aren’t your typical brother and sister. Born from parents Danny and Jaime, who share a profound sense of wanderlust, they are already globe-hopping travelers, who have explored 12th century churches and uncovered
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What makes Generation Bio unique? Hear from our team.
by GEOFF MCDONOUGH, MD, PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
At Generation Bio, we believe that culture is shaped by everyone in our community — each employee using their unique skills, experiences and personality to help us achieve our collective mission.
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Manufacturing a global revolution in gene therapy
by MARK ANGELINO, PhD, FOUNDER & CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER and GEOFF MCDONOUGH, MD, PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
In the early 1940s, Pfizer executive John Smith wrote of the revolutionary drug penicillin: “[T]he yields are low, the isolation is difficult, the extraction is murder, the purification invites disaster, and the assay is unsatisfactory.”1
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Moving forward: How our new space powers our mission to bring next generation gene therapies to patients
Although we do affectionately refer to it as “301,” our new headquarters is more than an address. It’s an integral part of who we are, what we value, and what we aim to achieve. We are dedicated to fostering a culture where everyone
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Bringing the light of gene therapy to more patients
Thomas Edison’s first lightbulb in 1879 sparked a revolution. Using electricity that was passed through a platinum filament, his glass bulb required less power than the existing lamps of the day. But it also lasted only a few hours before burning out.
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Genetic diseases steal too many kids' futures. It doesn’t have to be this way.
by GEOFF MCDONOUGH, MD, President & Chief Executive Officer and DOUG KERR, MD, PhD, MBA, Chief Development Officer
This piece was originally published on WBUR’s Cognoscenti. I want to live in a world where children have never heard of hemophilia or cystic fibrosis, because we have all but eradicated those diseases. This isn’t a dream. The biotech industry is beginning
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