Research in Motion: Jeffrey Martens, PhD

October 25, 2023 by

There are no curative therapies for olfactory loss. My laboratory has championed the use of gene therapy to provide hope to those patients who can’t smell. Gene therapy means taking a lost gene or a defective gene and replacing it with a normal, healthy copy into these olfactory neurons. —Jeffrey Martens, PhD, Professor of Pharmacology and Senior Associate Dean for Research

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