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Anna MacDonald

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After obtaining a first-class honours degree in biological sciences from the University of East Anglia, Anna worked as a scientific conference producer before joining Technology Networks. As part of her role, Anna helps to coordinate coverage, working with key opinion leaders from industry and academia to produce content across all communities.


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Developing a Sustainable Source of Squalene
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Developing a Sustainable Source of Squalene

Technology Networks spoke to Jason Ornstein and Barry Holtz to learn how Synshark and Phylloceuticals are working together to address current challenges associated with squalene supply and access.

Developing Therapeutics for Huntington’s Disease: Challenges, Opportunities and the Future
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Developing Therapeutics for Huntington’s Disease: Challenges, Opportunities and the Future

Dr. Christian Landles explains why it is so challenging to develop therapeutics for rare diseases such as HD, and discusses the potential of approaches that target mutant huntingtin protein to improve treatment options for HD patients.
Driving Forward Huntington’s Disease Research
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Driving Forward Huntington’s Disease Research

Dr. Christian Landles highlights some of the progress made in recent years to improve our understanding of HD and its drivers.
New Model Will Support Drug Discovery for Liver Disease NASH
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New Model Will Support Drug Discovery for Liver Disease NASH

To learn more about NASH “in-a-box” and how it can help to advance drug discovery for NASH, Technology Networks spoke to Dr. Audrey Dubourg.
Harnessing the Potential of Bioelectronic Medicine To Treat Essential Tremors
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Harnessing the Potential of Bioelectronic Medicine To Treat Essential Tremors

Technology Networks spoke to Renee Ryan, Cala Health's CEO, to learn more about bioelectronic medicine and its use as a therapy for essential tremors.
Probing the Proteome With Engineered Nanoparticles
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Probing the Proteome With Engineered Nanoparticles

In this interview, Dr. Daniel Hornburg discusses how engineered nanoparticles could help to bridge the gap between proteomics and genomics and transform cancer diagnostics.
Identifying Risk Factors for Long COVID With Single-Cell Proteomics
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Identifying Risk Factors for Long COVID With Single-Cell Proteomics

In this interview we speak to Sean Mackay, CEO of IsoPlexis, to discuss how single-cell functional proteomics have helped researchers understand the risk factors behind long COVID.
Using Bioelectronic Assays To Advance Drug Discovery for Neurological Diseases
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Using Bioelectronic Assays To Advance Drug Discovery for Neurological Diseases

In this interview, Jim Ross highlights several recent examples of how bioelectronic assays are helping to advance drug discovery for neurological diseases ranging from pediatric epilepsy to Burning Man Syndrome.
Developing Novel Liquid Biopsy Oncology Tests
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Developing Novel Liquid Biopsy Oncology Tests

In this interview, Aiguo Zhang discusses some of the technologies that DiaCarta has developed within the liquid biopsy space and shares his thoughts on what the future may hold for the field.
Time for Proteomics To Shine
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Time for Proteomics To Shine

Technology Networks had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Oliver Rinner, CEO at Biognosys, to learn more about some of the recent developments in proteomics, and discuss what the future could hold for the field.
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