Genetic Therapy Revolution: Benefits and Barriers For Medicine’s New Horizon

Joe Selvaggi talks with neurobiologist and writer Dr. Anne Sydor about the potential for gene therapy to address deadly and debilitating diseases and how current health care models must adapt to encourage this nascent technology.



Dr. Anne M. Sydor, PhD, directs Research Development and Communications at GHLF. She earned her BS in molecular biology from the University of Wisconsin and her PhD in neurobiology from Harvard University. With a rich background in clinical medicine publishing and consulting, Anne specializes in project management, Lean Six Sigma, and instructional design. Her passion for person-centered medicine and health equity is fueled by her experiences as a parent, and caregiver.

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