Distinguished scientist Dr. Lauren Black discusses a “weight-of-evidence” approach to accelerated vaccine development and approvals.
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Two sisters share their experience with clinical trials for cystic fibrosis.
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A dual role in medical device gives hope to one unique patient.
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Twins are forever connected in their fight against a rare disease.
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Two students, a dorm room, and a “crazy idea” to help patients.
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How an unexpected challenge changed one employee's career path forever.
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A microbiologist affected by mold fights for children’s health in South Carolina.
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Gina Mullane, Host
I studied microbiology and found my job here at Charles River right after college in The Boston Globe, back when you could find a job in the newspaper. Starting in our diagnostics lab, I quickly realized I wanted to get into the business end of science. I've held many different jobs here – from product management, to sales, and finally Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Vice President of Global Marketing. Every day I wake up excited to learn about what's new in our business and how we're helping others.
Chris Garcia, Host
I've been here for 15 years, starting in sales and moving to sales management. Now I'm the Director of Global Sales Operations. Graduating with a B.S. in Biology, I worked in the pathology and surgery department at the University of Illinois-Chicago, then Charles River reached out to me and my life took quite a turn. I’m captivated by the leaps and bounds that are being made to improve human health.