• by Zhenya Senyak
  • Resident MPN Hero, Zhenya Senyak, and David Wallace at ASH 2014 in San Francisco
  • Resident MPN Hero, Zhenya Senyak, and David Wallace at ASH 2014 in San Francisco
  • by Zhenya Senyak

Hebrew Book of the Dead: In the Wilderness

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“Our strategy,” says mGEN Team Leader Zhenya Senyak, a myelofibrosis patient, “is simple. We want to help research biologists and genomic scientists focus on myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPNs) by opening access to research funding and supporting collaboration with hematologists and other clinicians. Right now, hematologists are new to gene editing and genetic engineering scientists likely never heard of MPNs.“

“Our strategy,” says mGEN Team Leader Zhenya Senyak, a myelofibrosis patient, “is simple. We want to help research biologists and genomic scientists focus on myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPNs) by opening access to research funding and supporting collaboration with hematologists and other clinicians. Right now, hematologists are new to gene editing and genetic engineering scientists likely never heard of MPNs.“

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Special thanks to these fine people for sharing resources for the good of the whole: Marina Peed, Zhenya Senyak, Diane Blackstock, Mary Cotter, Jane Frantz, Ellen Jacquart, Michael Goldstein, Beatrice Larroque, Julie Libon, Deborah Miller, Charles Neilson, Cheryl Petruk, Marty Prager, Bob Rosen, Jeremy Smith, Kathy van Meter, and others.