Posted on September 12th, 2019 by Dr. Francis Collins
Posted In: Director's Album - Photos
Tags: ARRA, band, NIH Research Festival
Good to know that Dr. Collins uses both sides of his brain! Involvement in Music or art makes a
scientist more creative in their research and critical thinking!
Dr Collins Keep Rocking Doctor, You are doing a good job! You gave me hope since the day I sat at the same table with you for a Catfish Dinner about Sickle Cell Disease in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, at the celebration of Dr Lanetta Bronte’s birthday, during the FSCDR Symposium. Please Continue with your initiative to cure SCD with Crispr Tech. Cure that will be more accessible and less costly to human SCD Misery. Go Doctor Collins, it can be Done.
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