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

4th Annual Immune Modulation and Engineering Symposium

Date: 7-9th December 2022

Location: Drexel University, Philadelphia PA

Presenter: Dr. Eric Kmiec

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

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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