Intellia Therapeutics opens new headquarters, continues to advance CRISPR/Cas9
Intellia Therapeutics announced the move to its new laboratory facilities at 40 Erie Street, in Cambridge. In recognition of Intellia's leadership in genome editing, Intellia CEO and Founder Nessan Bermingham, Ph.D., President and CEO of the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center Travis McCready, and President and CEO of MassBio Bob Coughlin, will inaugurate the new facility today at an evening ribbon cutting ceremony. "The field of genome editing is rapidly evolving and our work to develop therapies for patients requires that we have the infrastructure necessary for R&D growth and prepare for preclinical studies and clinical trials," said Nessan Bermingham, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Intellia Therapeutics. "To reach our goals, we continue to recruit top talent and ensure our quality workforce has the appropriate facilities and tools necessary to translate CRISPR/Cas9 into life-transforming products." "This new facility allows Intellia to further advance our scientific programs and to continue to leverage our Massachusetts location alongside leading biotech research and academic institutions," Dr. Bermingham added.