Center for Gene Therapy :: The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital

Gene Therapy

The mission of the Center for Gene Therapy is to investigate and employ the use of gene and cell based therapeutics for prevention and treatment of human diseases including: neuromuscular and neurodegenerative diseases, lysosomal storage disorders, ischemia and re-perfusion injury, neonatal hypertension, cancer and infectious diseases.

Learn about our areas of focus and featured research projects.

Featured Video: Treating Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 1 with Gene Therapy - Tenley's Story

Viral Vector Core & Clinical Manufacturing Facility

The Center for Gene Therapy and the Viral Vector Core are home to a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) production facility for manufacture of clinical-grade rAAV vectors. 

View the Viral Vector Core & Clinical Manufacturing Facility site.

The Ohio State University and Nationwide Children's Muscle Group

The OSU and Nationwide Children's Muscle Group brings together investigators with diverse research interests in skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle, and neuromuscular biology.

Muscular Dystrophy Podcast

Hosted by Kevin Flanigan, MD, "This Month in Muscular Dystrophy" podcasts highlight the latest in muscular dystrophy and other inherited neuromuscular disease research. During each podcast, authors of recent publications discuss how their work improves our understanding of inherited neuromuscular diseases, and what their work might mean for treatment of these diseases.

Neuromuscular Disorders Program at Nationwide Children's

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