Hannah Pham Named Seed World Next Generation Leader

Hannah Pham, Inari science portfolio and platform manager, has been named one of Seed World’s 2023 Top 10 Next Generation Leaders. The annual program recognizes leaders across the seed industry working to shape its future in new and exciting ways.

Pham started her career with a focus on gene editing in mammalian cells but joined Inari with a desire to improve the sustainability of the global food system.

“I’ve been able to use my prior experience to help Inari expand gene editing applications into plant science, moving us closer to our goal of being able to make any edit to any crop anywhere,” she told Seed World.

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