Science | November 23, 2022

Improvements and gaps in reaching treatment goals for patients with hereditary angioedema

The contents of this post were first presented at a poster talk during the annual scientific meeting of the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology’s November 2022 symposium. Hereditary angioedema (HAE) is a genetic disorder that results in unpredictable episodes of severe swelling and can be life threatening. The swelling can affect different parts […]


Science | September 28, 2022

BioMarin Scientist Spotlight: Drs. Sylvia Fong & Soumi Gupta Discuss the Significance of AAV Therapies

By interrogating the human genome, we’ve designed therapies that address the root cause of genetic disease. That’s a guiding principle for how we approach our research at BioMarin, and nowhere is that more true than in our work researching gene therapy. As part of our commitment to expanding our technical expertise, we’re looking into many […]


Science | March 25, 2022

Advancing our understanding of gene therapy research, one publication at a time

Forty years ago, the idea of gene therapy seemed like science fiction. Deliver a genetic blueprint to human cells using modified viruses or other molecular tools?


Science | January 28, 2022

BioMarin’s Center of Technology empowers scientists with technology, resources, and collaboration

For a scientist, access to cutting-edge technologies, rare resources, and expert support can turn a new idea into a groundbreaking discovery.


Science | November 21, 2021

Meet the Scientist: Christian Vettermann, Ph.D.

In his latest paper, Dr. Vettermann solves a complex problem facing hemophilia A scientists and clinicians for years.