Postdoctoral Researcher, Harvard Medical School
Genome writing; Stem cell biology
Eriona Hysolli, PhD
Eriona Hysolli is a Postdoctoral Researcher in George Church's lab at Harvard Medical School, with a background in stem cell biology, synthetic bio and genetics. While at Harvard, Eriona has worked both on the GP Write Consortium and Woolly Mammoth Revival.
Previously, she was a graduate student at Yale University studying reprogramming of human fibroblasts to iPSCs.
Outside of work, Eriona is an avid table tennis player and hiker and enjoys writing about science in the form of press releases, and long-form stories.
HEALTHCARE ADVANCEMENT YOU HOPE TO SEE IN YOUR LIFETIME
In the near future, replacing cells/organs using stem cell technologies to increase quality of life and life expectancy.
MOST INFLUENTIAL CONTENT READ LAST YEAR
Studies from Roland Griffiths, PhD, on using psychedelics to treat disorders of the mind.
WHAT EXCITES YOU ABOUT ARTIS
Partaking in a process that makes change happen, instead of hoping it happens.