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VP of Research & Policy, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Managing director, the Foundry Group
Co-Founder and CEO, Wetpaint
Founder, Gilt Groupe
Head of global research and development at Life Technologies
Professor of Systems Biology, Columbia University
CEO of Dynamis Corporation
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Nathaniel Pearson is Principal Genome Scientist at Ingenuity Systems,
where he and his colleagues build and apply tools that smartly interpret
human genomes, in order to help researchers understand disease, drug
response, and other phenotypes. Through computer, lab, and fieldwork with
fellow scientists -- and with genome-curious layfolk such as historian
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and rocker Ozzy Osbourne -- he has sought to cast
light on how human genetic variation reflects key aspects of our health
and history. He tweets @GenomeNathan, and blogs at Genomena.com.
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