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CRISPRcon 2020 Virtual: Priority and Agenda Setting

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Rena Conti

Associate Research Director, Boston University Institute for Health System Innovation and Policy

David Sittenfeld

Manager of Forums and National Collaborations, Museum of Science in Boston

Elissa Prichep

Project Lead, Precision Medicine, World Economic Forum

Sharon Terry

President and CEO, Genetic Alliance

Brantley Browning

Senior Program Officer, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Shahram Seyedin-Noor

Founder & General Partner, Civilization Ventures


Head, African Union Development Agency - West Africa regional office, African Biosafety Network of Expertise

David Winickoff

Head of the Working Party on Bio-, Nano-, and Converging Technology, OECD

Anne Cheever

Program Manager, DARPA Biological Technologies Office

Glenn Ellis

Visiting Scholar, National Bioethics Center at Tuskegee University

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CRISPRcon is a unique forum bringing diverse voices together to discuss the future of CRISPR and related gene editing technologies across applications

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What is CRISPRcon?

Rather than a traditional science conference, CRISPRcon is a dialogue across disciplines and perspectives

Partner: Innovative Genomics Institute

Advancing genome research for a better world

Sponsor: United Soybean Board

Our ability to reduce pesticides is already in its DNA.

Sponsor: Corteva Agriscience

Growing progress and ensuring the success of generations to come

Keystone Policy Center

Empowering leaders to thoughtfully engage on complex policy issues

What is CRISPR?

Introduction to CRISPR-Cas9 Genome Editing

What is CRISPR?

Genome Editing with CRISPR-Cas9

What is CRISPR?

What is gene editing, and what is somatic vs. germline editing?

What is CRISPR?: How CRISPR lets us edit our DNA

TED talk by Jennifer Doudna