‘Tis the season for Science magazine to name their Breakthrough of the Year, a designation that typically irks me because it implies that science happens suddenly and we all know that of course it doesn’t.
At the American Society of Human Genetics meeting in October, CRISPR-Cas9 inventors Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier accepted the Gruber Genetics Prize, then stopped by the press room. For me, this was a little like sitting
Last Wednesday, at “Career Night” during the American Society of Human Genetics annual conference in Baltimore, I was stationed one table over from Robert Steiner, MD, from the Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation in Wisconsin. With