BIO Convention Plays Key Role in Nevada’s New Model for Population Health

By Theresa Brady

Dr. Joseph Grzymski had an idea for a pitch. As the lead investigator for a Nevada-based project that would create a new model for understanding population health, his research team needed a way to make genetic testing available to thousands of people.

Grzymski, an associate research professor of computational biology and microbiology at the Desert Research Institute (DRI) in Reno, knew just the company that could help: the personalized genetics company, 23andMe. But what was the best way to get in front of the right people at the company?

Grzymski’s research team had participated in discussions at past BIO International Conventions …read more

Source:: BioTechNow-Events

      

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