Post-DoubleTwist, Williamson Captains Eos | GenomeWeb

After watching him at the helm of the rapidly sinking DoubleTwist during the last few years, industry observers might understandably have doubted that former president Rob Williamson would land another job in the field anytime soon. But as it happened, he was snapped up as president and COO of Eos Biotechnology through that company’s CEO, David Martin. The process was so quick, in fact, that Williamson found himself signing the official papers at the San Francisco airport before flying off with Martin to negotiate a deal for Eos.

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