Session Chair Profile
VP, Strategy and Marketing, DNAnexus
Brady brings over 15 years experience as an innovator and leader in the life sciences space as well as the hospital ACO and consumer health and wellness industries. Prior to DNAnexus, Brady was head of strategy and market development for Illumina with a special focus on Informatics and driving opportunities to use genetics data as clinical utility. Brady serves on the board of multiple non-profit organizations including the Global Alzheimer’s Association Interactive Network (GAAIN), Cancer Commons, Ci4CC, and is Co-Chair of the Advisory Board for the University of Washington Center for Commercialization (C4C). Brady is a graduate of University of Washington.
Session Abstract – PMWC 2019 Silicon Valley
Session Synopsis: Understanding the relationship between the millions of functional DNA elements and their protein regulators, and how they work in conjunction to manifest diverse phenotypes, is a key to advancing our understanding of the human genome and diseases. As the cost of DNA sequencing continue to drop, the interpretation of the ever increasing amount of data generated represents a considerable challenge.