The Gene Therapy Institute is an interdisciplinary community bringing together world-class faculty with diverse expertise in the area of gene therapy research. Through collaboration we are enabling the successful translation of basic science discoveries into new therapies that are accessible to affected populations around the globe.
faculty across 7 colleges
NIH funding awarded in FY2022
Gene Therapy Institute News
Gene therapy may offer new treatment strategy for alcohol use disorder
Gene therapy might offer a one-time, sustained treatment for patients with serious alcohol addiction, also called alcohol use disorder, according to a new study led by Krystof Bankiewicz, MD, PhD.
De-Risking Cell And Gene Therapy Clinical Trials
Dr. Russell Lonser, Director of the Gene Therapy Institute, gives a historical overview and provides insight on planning for the future of gene therapy.
New Gene Therapy Institute positions Ohio State as a leader in translational science
Ohio State holds one of the largest first-in-human clinical trial portfolios in gene therapy and is one of the only institutions with most of its gene therapy trials delivering targeted gene therapy to the midbrain.
Gene therapy is changing lives today; tomorrow, it could change millions
Ohio State scientist is studying a novel gene therapy model that could lead to treatment for widespread neurological diseases.
Ohio State launches new Gene Therapy Institute
The Institute will coordinate existing strengths to accelerate the expansion of therapies.
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