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2022 Nobel Prize Laureate- Developer of bioorthogonal chemistry that has significantly advanced the precision of targeted therapies

Ph.D., Professor, Stanford

Carolyn R. Bertozzi, a distinguished figure in the field of bioorthogonal chemistry, has made significant contributions to gene and cell therapies across various domains. Her groundbreaking work has earned her the prestigious Nobel Prize, recognizing her innovative techniques that allow precise modification of biomolecules within living cells. Dr. Bertozzi’s research not only advances our understanding of cellular processes but also provides novel strategies for cell targeting and engineering. Her academic journey began with a focus on chemistry at Harvard University, followed by biochemistry studies at the University of California, Berkeley. Since receiving the Nobel Prize, Dr. Bertozzi has continued to push the boundaries of her field, developing new cancer immunotherapies and point-of-care tests for tuberculosis, and unraveling connections between rare diseases and cancer. Her remarkable contributions exemplify the intersection of chemistry and biology, revolutionizing therapeutic approaches and paving the way for precision medicine.


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