Today’s guest is Patricia Zilliox, CEO of Eyevensys, a clinical stage biotechnology company based in Paris, France and Dallas, Texas. Patricia is running a very exciting startup that combines a medical device and gene-therapy that is targeting some of the biggest causes of blindness. The idea behind this biotechnology is the brainchild of Founder Francine Behar-Cohen, MD, PhD. What I find fascinating is the fact that they do not use a virus to transport the therapy. Instead, they turn a little muscle in the eye into a protein factory. There are advantages to this approach that you will learn about in a few minutes. We will talk about the technology, Patricia’s career and some of the early challenges in being in her first CEO role.
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