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ChristianaCare’s Gene Editing Institute and DETV have partnered in the creation of an educational video series to inspire high school students, especially in underserved communities, to enter one of the most exciting careers in science and medicine today – CRISPR gene editing.

The four-part series, called CRISPR in the Classroom, also addresses disparities in scientific and medical research and offers solutions to address them.
Click below for an overview and to watch the series.

CRISPR in the Classroom

Series Overview

Introduction and Sickle Cell Disease

Gene Editing Revolution

CRISPR in a Box Demonstration

Race, Gender and Science Roundtable Discussion

To purchase CRISPR in a Box for your classroom, please visit the Rockland website.

The Gene Editing Institute’s clinical development and educational outreach programs are made possible by generous support from the Carol A. Ammon Foundation and the Arsht-Cannon Fund.