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Chris Loose

Co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer at Frequency Therapeutics

Chris has served as Frequency’s Chief Scientific Officer since co-founding the company in 2014. Before joining Frequency, he served as Chief Technology Officer for Semprus BioSciences, a company he also co-founded and was acquired by Teleflex in 2012. 

He is currently the Executive Director of Yale University’s Center for Biomedical and Interventional Technology (CBIT), and Associate Adjunct Professor of Urology in the Yale School of Medicine.

Chris holds a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from MIT, where he was a Hertz Fellow and studied under Robert Langer, Sc.D. Previously, he earned a B.S.E in Chemical Engineering summa cum laude from Princeton University.

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See also: Company Korro Bio - RNA editing, leveraging natural processes common to all multi-cellular organisms, merged with Frequency Therapeutics

Details last updated 02-Nov-2022

Chris Loose News

Longevity Technology interviews Frequency Tx' CSO about activating innate progenitor cells

Longevity Technology - 01-Nov-2022

Cells are already in the right place, just need the right kick to help repair the body when needed

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Regenerative Medicine