The landscape of the life sciences industry is as vast and varied as the professionals who work in it. Some online resources aim to serve the entire space. We wish them luck. Instead, our goal is to be the most valuable resource for a specific segment of the industry – cell & gene therapies – and the professionals who make their living there. The Cell & Gene community is not made up of generalists. They’re specialists, like us. We deliver in-depth content from authoritative authors and sources because that’s what our community demands.
If you’re passionate about the lifecycle of cell and gene therapies - from basic research through commercialization - then you’re going to want to meet our Chief Editor, Erin Harris. She interviews the key players in the cell and gene therapy space and writes about the most pressing issues. Here’s a sample of her latest articles for Cell & Gene.
Erin is also a contributing editor to Life Science Leader magazine. She studied English and psychology at Lafayette College and has 20+ years of experience in B2B publishing. Erin spent 10 years covering and reporting on the adoption of information technology from a B2B perspective. She’s written on technology topics ranging from Big Data and analytics to security and e-commerce. In each case, her reporting centered on innovations that improved operational efficiencies, fostered interdepartmental collaboration, or enhanced supply chains. Currently, she writes actionable information for professionals involved in the development and commercialization of cell and gene therapies. She covers the entire product lifecycle from basic research to commercialization. Erin has interviewed executives from Fortune 500 as well as startups. She has moderated panel discussions and has spoken at numerous industry events from large conferences to niche forums.
Erin has built-out an extensive network of guest contributors who share their years of insights and expertise with the Cell & Gene community. You will probably recognize some of these experts by name and certainly the companies and organizations they represent.
Take a look at some of our most recent expert contributions.
The Cell & Gene Editorial Advisory Board is also pretty impressive.
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