Ohio gene therapy industry gets ‘buzz’ – but needs to sell itself more

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At a Washington, D.C., conference this week known as the “Super Bowl of science” for gene and cellular therapy, high-ranking professionals in the field – from cities better known as biomedical hubs – were asking when startups in Columbus will have openings.

“There is a buzz about Columbus,” said Michael Triplett, who led one Nationwide Children’s Hospital gene therapy spinout to acquisition and is in early stages leading another.

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Written by Carrie Ghose.

Originally published May 20, 2022.

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