Susan Lindquist, David Page highlighted in Boston Globe opinion article

CBoston-Globeambridge is ground zero for the development and deployment of many of the bleeding edge life science discoveries and technologies. One corner alone, Vassar and Main Street in Cambridge, will likely generate 1 to 2 percent of the future world GDP.

On a per capita basis, nowhere else comes close in terms of research grants, patents, and publications that drive new gene code, which in turn alters the evolution of bacteria, plants, animals, and ourselves.

Read how two Whitehead faculty members, Susan Lindquist and David Page, are building the knowledge and tools to understand how life works and how to alter it>