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Confronting Imposter Syndrome & Empowering the AAPI Community: Reflections from Dr. Robert Ang

Who has entered a meeting room full of people and thought “I feel like a total fraud and I don’t belong here?” Me. All the time. As an Asian American, I've navigated a lifelong journey shadowed by the weight of imposter syndrome—a phenomenon I've come to understand is all too familiar among individuals of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) heritage.

A Generous Gift: My Transplant Journey

By Darren Johnson, Medical Science Liaison

It all started with a blood draw. I was 17 and in the middle of my senior year of high school and my doctor was checking some routine labs. I thought nothing of it as I was a healthy young ...

A Look back on 2023: Thankful for What We Have Accomplished

As we approach the end of 2023, I took some time to reflect on what we’ve achieved this year at Vor Bio. I recently shared my thoughts with our incredible team of Voracians and I am proud to share that letter here:

Reflections of a Vor Bio Scientist

Hannah Mager, a beloved Associate Scientist II on our Discovery and Molecular Engineering team, recently concluded her time at Vor Bio to pursue her PhD, and we couldn’t be more proud of her! Prior to her departure, Hannah shared key learnings from her time here and shared advice for other young scientists looking to take the next step in their careers.

My journey giving a gift of hope by donating bone marrow

In November, after a long journey, I finally became a bone marrow donor. I wanted to share some insights on what led me to bone marrow donation with the hope that others interested in donating will learn something from my positive experience and that I can help remove some of the doubts and fears that have prevented them from becoming a person who says “yes” to bone marrow donation.