Join us for Episode 20 of Let’s Talk SADS Live on Tuesday, June 18th, at 12 p.m. Eastern! Our host Dr. Shubhayan Sanatani will be joined by experts to discuss groundbreaking gene therapy advancements for catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia (CPVT). We’ll explore how the patient voice plays a crucial role in these developments and the potential impact of these therapies.


Dr. Gabriel Brooks: Dr Gabriel Brooks is a trained clinical cardiologist, and the Chief Medical Officer of Solid Biosciences, a leading precision medicines company for Neuromuscular and Cardiovascular diseases. Gabriel has been involved in the development of medicines for rare cardiovascular diseases and has been been dedicated to gene therapy development for the last 10 years leading development at 4D Molecular Therapeutics, and then leading rare cardiovascular disease development at Pfizer before moving on to Solid Biosciences.

Annie Ganot: Annie Ganot is the co-founder and Head of Patient Advocacy at Solid Biosciences, a position she has held for 10 years. Solid Biosciences is a precision medicines company focused on neuromuscular and cardiac conditions. The inspiration behind the company comes from her son’s diagnosis of Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a personal experience that fuels her passion for improving patients’ lives.

Annie is the driving force behind the organization’s dedication to gold-standard, patient-centric drug development, ensuring the patient voice is incorporated across all stages of the development life cycle. Her unwavering commitment and unique perspective are instrumental in advancing the mission of Solid Biosciences, working tirelessly and in collaboration with patient groups, policymakers, and regulators to advance therapies that address the urgent needs of patients and families.
Before founding Solid Biosciences, Annie had a successful career in investment banking, working for Lehman Brothers, Deutsche Bank, and Morgan Stanley in New York and London.
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