For New CTO, Beyond Genomics Hits NAYL on Head | GenomeWeb

Stephen Naylor had a comfy position as a tenured professor at the Mayo Clinic when he decided that he needed a new challenge and would go into the private sector to find one. Turns out it was getting to the private sector that was the challenge. It was 1995 when Naylor first looked to leave academia and 2001 when he managed to pull it off.

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