Biotech Entrepreneur Aldag Inspired By Italy's Genespire
New Chairman of Milan-Based Gene Therapy Firm
Jörn Aldag, who has over 20 years of leadership experience in the life sciences industry, including CEO of gene therapy pioneer uniQure, tells Scrip that the research carried at the world-class Italian research institute SR-Tiget.
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