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GuidePost, A Podcast Series from The CRISPR Journal

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Hosted by Kevin Davies, PhD, GuidePost is an exciting podcast series featuring candid conversation with the pioneers and practitioners of CRISPR and gene editing research. Guests have included luminaries Emmanuelle Charpentier, Francisco Mojica, Rodolphe Barrangou, Virginijus Siksnys, Sylvain Moineau, and Jakob Sherkow, among others. GuidePost is produced by The CRISPR Journal, the only peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the science and applications of gene editing.

Hosted by Kevin Davies, PhD, GuidePost is an exciting podcast series featuring candid conversation with the pioneers and practitioners of CRISPR and gene editing research. Guests have included luminaries Emmanuelle Charpentier, Francisco Mojica, Rodolphe Barrangou, Virginijus Siksnys, Sylvain Moineau, and Jakob Sherkow, among others. GuidePost is produced by The CRISPR Journal, the only peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the science and applications of gene editing.

Location:

United States

Description:

Hosted by Kevin Davies, PhD, GuidePost is an exciting podcast series featuring candid conversation with the pioneers and practitioners of CRISPR and gene editing research. Guests have included luminaries Emmanuelle Charpentier, Francisco Mojica, Rodolphe Barrangou, Virginijus Siksnys, Sylvain Moineau, and Jakob Sherkow, among others. GuidePost is produced by The CRISPR Journal, the only peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the science and applications of gene editing.

Language:

English

Contact:

9147402250


Episodes

GuidePost Ep. 16: Luciano Marraffini, big time microbiologist

12/24/2019
A discussion with Luciano Marraffini, the Rockefeller University microbiologist who has made several fundamental contributions in the brief history of CRISPR biology and genome editing.

Duration:00:37:53

GuidePost Ep. 15: Bartha Knoppers, bioethics and human rights

12/11/2019
Canadian law professor Bartha Knoppers (McGill University) talks about her long-standing interests in genetics, bioethics, human rights and her latest role studying the clinical implementation of genome editing.

Duration:00:16:32

GuidePost Ep. 14: George Church, triple threat (reader/writer/editor)

11/4/2019
A towering figure in genomics for three decades, George Church (Harvard Medical School) discusses pigs, mammoths, organoids, CRISPR babies, and why M stands for multiplexing.

Duration:00:42:06

Ep. 13: Edward Lanphier, chief editing officer

8/21/2019
The recently retired founding CEO of Sangamo Therapeutics, Edward Lanphier, shares stories from two decades at the helm of the first biotech company to develop and take genome editing, using zinc finger nucleases, into the clinic.

Duration:00:40:22

Ep. 12: Dana Carroll, your moment of ZFN

8/6/2019
One of the pioneers of gene editing, biochemist Dana Carroll (University of Utah), reflects on the crucial early years developing zinc finger nucleases and the prospects for genome editing.

Duration:00:43:24

Ep. 11: Adam Bolt, editor-turned-director

7/9/2019
The director of “Human Nature” takes us behind the camera to discuss the making of the new documentary film that superbly captures the story of CRISPR.

Duration:00:32:05

Ep. 10: Alexis Komor & Nicole Gaudelli, base editing’s tenacious duo

4/10/2019
While postdocs in David Liu’s lab at Harvard University, Alexis Komor (UCSD) and Nicole Gaudelli (Beam Therapeutics) developed a pair of CRISPR-based molecular machines known as base editors, capable of engineering precise single-base substitutions with enormous basic research and therapeutic implications.

Duration:01:05:08

Ep. 9: Emmanuelle Charpentier, CRISPR-Cas pioneer

2/5/2019
In a French bistro in New York City, Emmanuelle Charpentier (Founding Director, Max Planck Unit for the Science of Pathogens, Berlin) discusses with Kevin Davies her nomadic career, the high points in her CRISPR journey, and previews her future plans.

Duration:01:51:21

Ep. 8: Sylvain Moineau, the phage whisperer

2/5/2019
Sylvain Moineau (Laval University, Quebec) surveys the impact of two decades’ research in phage microbiology on the CRISPR gene editing revolution.

Duration:00:46:23

Ep. 1: Franciso Mojica, salt-lake secrets

2/1/2019
GuidePost: A conversation with CRISPR pioneer Francisco Mojica is the first episode in a new podcast series from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers of The CRISPR Journal. Episode 1 is brought to you by MilliporeSigma CRISPR - Innovative reagents you can trust. In this episode Kevin Davis, Executive Editor of The CRISPR Journal, interviews Francisco Mojica from the University of Alicante.

Duration:00:31:46

Ep. 2: Virginijus Siksnys, DNA nucleases

2/1/2019
In episode #2 of GuidePost, Kevin Davies (Executive Editor, The CRISPR Journal) travels to Lithuania to meet Virginijus Šikšnys, one of the central figures in the development of CRISPR gene editing, at his lab at the Institute of Biotechnology, Vilnius University. Siksnys is an expert in DNA-protein interactions, and in 2011-12, made critical contributions in transferring the Cas9 enzyme into E. coli and characterizing the mechanism by which it cuts DNA.

Duration:00:29:39

Ep. 4: Jacob Sherkow, CRISPR patents explained

2/1/2019
In episode #4 of GuidePost, Jacob Sherkow (New York Law School) – one of the leading academic authorities on biotech patent law – explains the twists and turns of the ongoing CRISPR patent dispute.

Duration:01:33:32

Ep. 5: Neal Gutterson, editing plants

2/1/2019
In episode 5 of GuidePost Podcast Series Neal Gutterson, Chief Technology Officer of Dow-Dupont’s agricultural division Corteva, discusses the exciting potential of gene editing/CRISPR to spur new crop strains and circumvent the contentious debate around GMOs.

Duration:00:33:37

Ep. 6: Kevin Holden, genome engineer

2/1/2019
In episode #6 of GuidePost, Kevin Holden, Head of Synthetic Biology at Synthego Corporation, discusses the company’s Silicon Valley culture, growth, and its approach to providing new gene editing products for the CRISPR community.

Duration:00:46:03

Ep. 7: Kevin Esvelt, gene drives

2/1/2019
Kevin Esvelt (MIT Media Lab) discusses his interest in gene drives and other gene editing approaches to combat tick-borne diseases and malaria.

Duration:00:53:47

Ep. 3: Rodolphe Barrangou, the CRISPR craze

2/2/2018
The CRISPR Journal Executive Editor Kevin Davis interviews Editor-In-Chief Rodolphe Barrangou. This episode of GUIDEpost is brought to you by Synthego, who's vision is to turn biology into an information science with the ultimate goal of dramatically extending the healthy human lifespan by providing genome engineering solutions. Learn more at www.synthego.com.

Duration:00:36:36