Don Rule is an entrepreneur who has founded Translational Software, a company that aims to accelerate the process of bringing molecular diagnostics from the bench to the bedside. He previously worked 14 years at Microsoft, holding a variety of program management positions including roles in providing Internet access to MSN, pioneering Virtual Private Networking products, and integrating Instant Messaging with Voice Over IP networks. Don became fascinated with bioinformatics in 2006 and founded the BioIT Alliance from within the Microsoft. Don has a B.S. in Economics and an MBA from the University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport CT.
Joe Stanta of eyeforpharma organized a Personalized and Translational Medicine conference last week for people who are directly involved with making personalized medicine a reality. What was especially refreshing about the... Read more »