Senior Vice President, Molecular and Cell Biology Research

Steven Dworetzky, Ph.D. is the Senior Vice President of Molecular and Cell Biology Research of Frequency. Steven rose to the level of Senior Principal Scientist in the Neuroscience department at Bristol-Myers Squibb, with experience leading interdisciplinary programs to the clinic. Steven’s ion channels team was responsible for bringing multiple compounds into clinical study. Post BMS and prior to joining Frequency, Steven was Chief Scientific Officer and Senior Vice President of Discovery Research at Knopp Biosciences. While there, he implemented a fully integrated drug discovery team for ALS and other neurology indications, as well as new directions in hematopoiesis studies. Steven received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Chemistry from Skidmore College and his Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of Florida in Gainesville.