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Our NC Manufacturing birds r a fun-loving bunch that enjoy a variety of activities. Whether it’s exploring the outdoors, trying a new cuisine, or devoting time to self-improvement, their passion 2 help patients live their lives fully is what unites them all.
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bluebird bio Mar 19
Thank you to for honoring bluebird with the Partner Award and for giving the birds a reason to dress up! We are humbled to be a part of and support the SCD community.
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bluebird bio Mar 18
Our Quality team in Durham truly care in a way that’s intense & sets them apart. Eric, Director of QA, says that our culture of quality is driven from the top down & lives within our core values, defining who we r as a company & requires every1’s commitment.
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bluebird bio Mar 14
Just a little Pi humor to brighten up your day from our inhouse cartoonist and Technical Advisor, Kendrick Goss!
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bluebird bio Mar 11
TJ was 1 of r 1st hires in NC & dubbed the ‘culture guru’ by peers. TJ says, “When we talk about the culture in NC our guiding light are the patients. Our strength lies in knowing that we have a team of diverse backgrounds, who r encouraged 2 bring new thoughts & ideas 4ward."
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bluebird bio Mar 6
Our NC Quality birds r a fun-loving bunch that enjoy a variety of activities. Whether it’s rooting for their favorite sports team, hiking, community outreach, or finding a new hot sauce, their passion 2 help patients live their lives fully is what unites them all.
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bluebird bio Mar 6
Our UK GM Nicola has been busy this ! Check out her piece over in .
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bluebird bio Mar 5
Eat your heart out! We know we are! Here's just a taste of our fundraising bake sale.
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bluebird bio Mar 5
Our Head of Europe, Andrew, is over chirping about the world of & the healthcare ecosystem
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bluebird bio Mar 4
Curious about how gene therapy works? Want to understand the difference between gene addition and gene editing? Check out this opinion piece in by our UK GM, Nicola
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bluebird bio Mar 4
Our NC nest is growing fast and we’re looking to add even more birds! Throughout the month of March, we’ll be featuring NC birds and spotlighting open roles that we are SO excited to chirp about. Stay tuned…
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bluebird bio Mar 1
Birds around the world for RDD#19! We have a flock full of pioneers with purpose that are spread out across the globe attending Rare Disease Day events. How do you and show you care?
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bluebird bio Feb 28
RT to raise awareness! (ALD) is a rare, genetic, X-linked metabolic disorder caused by a defect in a gene called ABCD1. In cerebral ALD (CALD), the person’s physical and mental abilities begin to deteriorate.
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bluebird bio Feb 28
Jen sums up what it means to : "I truly believe that this flock is on the right path to recoding not just the science, but also the systems & the status quo to enable the lives of those w/ to be lived fully."
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bluebird bio Feb 27
Susanne, GM in Germany, shared an epic photo of her bluebird day. And what a great visual it is - a beautiful cloudless day! She says, "My bluebird day is when I've climbed a summit w/ friends & the view of those majestic mountains just takes my breath away."
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bluebird bio Feb 25
On 's theme: "The importance is a global recognition that the community deserves more than just the ear of the medical community but social services as well that acknowledges the urgent need for coordinated care for families & patients."
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bluebird bio Feb 21
Don't be fooled - the Patient Advocacy group may be small, but they are mighty! Tamara shares what she would like people to know about this growing field
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bluebird bio Feb 18
Tamara shares some of the challenges that she's heard from caregivers and patients w/ a . We are so appreciative that our Patient Advocacy birds are always working to keep us informed and educated on the needs of patients!
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bluebird bio Feb 15
Attention: No birds were harmed during this team outing! Our Vector Process Development team enjoyed some friendly axe throwing for the afternoon. It sounds dangerous but they were well supervised by the professional staff members.
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Regeneron Feb 14
Roses are red Tulips pastel,  We love working together To improve the T cell!
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