Sun, 5 January 2014
Dr. Jessica Richman is a character, but a brilliant one at that. This Oxford / Stanford educated scientist is working on getting the world of citizen scientists united to crack the code of the human microbiome - the countless "bugs" that live on an inside us - in order to determine their relevance for our health.
In this interview she talks about her unique startup story with uBiome, and the entrepreneurial opportunities in the new world of genetic data.
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