Rebecca DeGiosio

Rebecca DeGiosio SCM writer

Rebecca DeGiosio is a postdoctoral fellow at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, researching gene therapy approaches to treat rare lysosomal storage disorders. Rebecca has a passion for translational biological research, particularly on psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders, and for making this research accessible to the public. Find her on LinkedIn:

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