Mick’s 15+ year career has tracked the path of genomics from basic research to clinical care. Over this time he has held leadership positions in academia and industry, and has developed informatics solutions for pharma/biotech R&D, ag-bio, and academic, government, and community healthcare providers. Prior to launching Genospace, he and partner John Quackenbush established the Center for Cancer Computational Biology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Mick began his career at Lion Bioscience Research Inc. and UK-based informatics provider InforSense. Mick earned a BS in Computer Science and BA in Molecular Biology from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Session: Generating Data-Driven Insight in Personalized Medicine Programs
As personalized medicine becomes more ubiquitous, innovative leaders must develop programs that meet the demand for personalized medicine services. With the implementation of these programs comes vast amounts of heterogeneous data from a variety of sources. Leaders in the field must transform genomic and other biomedical data into usable data-driven insight. Hear perspectives from three innovators in personalized medicine about how they are generating valuable insight at scale in a cost effective manner.