Senior Vice-President of Strategic Partnerships
Institute for Systems Biology
Degree and PhD in Physics, Univ. of California. Former research positions, Univ. of Geneva, Switzerland, and Lawrence Livermore Nat'l Laboratory, Univ. of California. Former: Professor of Molecular Biology, then Department Chairman, Univ. of Southern California; Director for Health and Environmental Research, US DOE; Head, Human Genome Project; President and CSO, Chiroscience R&D; Founder, Chancellor, CSO and Norris Professor of Applied Life Science, Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences; CSO, Life Sciences, Battelle Memorial Institute; 1993, Founder, CEO and CSO, Darwin Molecular Corporation. Board Member, Nat'l Research Council Board on Life Science; Member: Board of Directors, Fannie and John Hertz Foundation; Nat'l Cancer Policy Board. Nat'l Associate, Nat'l Academy of Sciences. Interests: molecular biology, human genetics, development and application of new technologies in the life sciences, and understanding of complex biological networks. Recipient of awards, including: Computer World Pioneer award, Smithsonian Institution (1999).