My CF Hope – Dr. Mitch Drumm

Published on augustus 7, 2019 by

It was 1984 when Mitch Drumm, PhD, got involved with cystic fibrosis research. At the time, he was a graduate student working with Francis Collins, now the director of the NIH, at the University of Michigan on a technology called chromosome jumping.

At the same point in time, labs in Toronto had just published that they found DNA markers that were linked to cystic fibrosis. Watch to hear more of Mitch’s story, and his hope for the future of the CF community.


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