Experimental Cures for Fragile Patients: Prenatal Stem Cell and Gene Therapies

In this month's episode, Experimental Cures for Fragile Patients: Prenatal Stem Cell and Gene Therapies, brought to you by The Scientist and sponsored by NanoTemper Technologies, we discuss how scientists develop stem cell and gene therapies to treat life-threatening diseases in utero.

Niki Spahich from The Scientist’s Creative Services team spoke with Amy O’Connell, a neonatologist at Boston Children’s Hospital, and Tippi MacKenzie, a Professor of Surgery at the University of San Francisco Medical School, to learn more.

The Scientist Speaks is a podcast produced by The Scientist’s Creative Services team. Our podcast is by scientists and for scientists. Once a month, we will bring you the stories behind news-worthy molecular biology research.


Amy O’Connell, MD, PhD
Division of Newborn Medicine, Boston Children's Hospital
Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research, Boston Children's Hospital
Department of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School
Tippi C. MacKenzie, MD
Professor of Surgery
Director of Research, Fetal Treatment Center
Co-Director, UCSF Center for Maternal-Fetal Precision Medicine


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