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bluebird bio is developing innovative gene therapies for severe genetic diseases and cancer. Our vision is to make the hope of gene therapy a reality.
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bluebird bio 11h
The best way to honor a Veteran is to hire one! Mollie May served in the and is now an employee at bluebird. Her message to her fellow birds, "One person can make a difference." Thank-you for your service, Mollie!
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bluebird bio Nov 11
We know the best way 2 honor a Veteran is 2 hire 1! Chad's a former Lieutenant in the & now Head of Compliance @ bbb. When asked what he would tell a Veteran considering a role @ bbb, he says, “Awesome career path & 1 where u can continue helping people!”
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bluebird bio Nov 9
The best way 2 honor a Veteran is 2 hire 1! Robert's () message 2 his fellow birds, “We are stronger as one flock. There will be good & bad days but it’s important to remember 2 always lend a hand 2 a fellow bluebird because they'll do the same for you.”
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bluebird bio Nov 8
In the nest we like to play a game called “Guess the Baby Bird”. In honor of upcoming , we’re featuring three of our military birds. They'll be revealed (in order L-R) over the next few days. Until then, any birds or friends of the flock have a guess?
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bluebird bio Nov 8
Lindsay is another example of incredible individuals in the nest. Scientists aren’t the only ones making an impact, we all r. We’re so fortunate 2 be surrounded by some of the best in the industry: those that take their work seriously but don’t take themselves 2 seriously.
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bluebird bio Nov 2
Catch them while you can! Some of our birds, including Michelle K., Sr. Manager of Scientific Communications (pictured below), are in Philadelphia at engaging in conversations around , and
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bluebird bio Nov 2
It truly is a privilege 4 us to work on treatments that could potentially be life changing for patients. Mark Omobono shares his passion for being a part of the nest and the work that he’s doing. Thank you 2 all our birds that work w/ this same enthusiasm and dedication!
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bluebird bio Nov 1
Flight path to San Diego: a first look at what our birds will be bringing to :
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bluebird bio Oct 31
bluebird’s annual Halloween party keeps getting better every year with creativity that’s SPOOKtacular! Check out some of the costumes that we can’t get enough of!
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bluebird bio Oct 26
Our Chief Scientific Bird, Philip Gregory, D.Phil, discussed how welcoming caregivers to the nest motivates our flock and helps us understand & meet the needs of the patient communities we serve during “The Promise of ” panel at the Galien Forum
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bluebird bio Oct 26
True blue congratulations to all of the Award winners celebrated last night, including one of our strategic collaborators (w/)! Well done!
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bluebird bio Oct 26
Chad Morin describes our office vibe similarly to everyone else, “…you feel it. It’s just something different.” Our birds are incredibly passionate about what they do and they’re all here to help further the mission of transforming the lives of patients in need.
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bluebird bio Oct 24
EU birds, Gabriella and Paola, giving us a peak into our new Italian nest in Milan! Our flock is expanding globally with over 50 birds in the EU! If you’re interested in joining the nest, make sure to check out our open roles:
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bluebird bio Oct 19
Liz DiLeo, In-house CRA, Oncology, shares her Why I Fly and how important it is to make a difference in the world. If you want to come to work and really know that you’re making a lasting impact, make sure to check out our open roles.
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bluebird bio Oct 18
Wednesday night was the Leukemia & Lymphoma society’s, Light the Night, and our birds came out to show their support! This annual event helps to raise funds 4 cancer research and has become a yearly tradition 4 our nest. Thanks 2 everyone that came out and helped bring awareness!
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bluebird bio Oct 17
While this bluebird has a lot of work ahead, we have to pause & honor a legend: Caroll Spinney, ’s original ! From our nest to yours, thanks for inspiring the flight of generations of imaginations. Congratulations on your retirement!
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bluebird bio Oct 15
In real True Blue form, our birds in NC helped raise additional funds for hurricane Florence relief efforts. They raffled off a wide range of options from State Fair tickets, a tour of their local radio station, delicious baked goods and SO MUCH MORE!
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bluebird bio Oct 9
Football season is upon us and as our nest continues to grow, so do the teams we represent! Pictured here are our NC birds showing off their team spirit and ready for another year of some fun office competition. Who are you rooting for?
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bluebird bio Oct 9
: News from the nest! The European Medicines Agency () accepted our marketing authorization application for our investigational gene therapy:
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bluebird bio Oct 5
Ever wonder what keeps our birds flying around the nest? Steph Hintzen, Senior Associate Scientist I, shares her ‘Why I Fly’ story and what she enjoys most about being a part of the flock. We’re also huge fans of the DNA tattoo – that’s true commitment!
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