Press Releases

ChristianaCare’s Gene Editing Institute and DETV produce video series to engage high school students in the latest biomedical technologies and encourage them to pursue scientific careers

CRISPR in a Box Educational Toolkit™ – a gene editing experiment developed by the Gene Editing Institute for teaching – and the videos are already being used in classrooms in Delaware; Goal to reach students of color

ChristianaCare’s Gene Editing Institute brings all-female team of scientists from Delaware to teach gene editing with CRISPR in a BoxTM at all-girls high school in North Carolina

Students at Salem Academy first to learn with the innovative tool in North Carolina as interest grows nationwide

Upcoming Presentations

Future Genomics 2022

Date: Rescheduled - TBD

Location: London, UK

Presenter: Dr. Eric Kmiec

Scientific Publications

A toolmaker’s perspective on CRISPR-directed gene editing as a therapeutic strategy for leukemia and beyond

Authors: Kmiec EB, Bloh K

Journal: Expert Reviews in Hematology, 2021

A Consensus Model of Homology-Directed Repair Initiated by CRISPR/Cas Activity

Authors: Bloh K, Rivera-Torres N

Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2021

Exon skipping induced by CRISPR-directed gene editing regulates the response to chemotherapy in non-small cell lung carcinoma cells

Authors: Banas K, Modarai S, Rivera-Torres N, Yoo B-C, Bialk P, Barrett C, Batish M, Kmiec EB

Journal: Gene Therapy, 2022

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