Steve Lombardi Moves from ABI to Affy to Helicos and Beyond, Green High-performance Computing, and More | GenomeWeb

Back in the November 2002 issue of Genome Technology, Steve Lombardi discussed his recent move from Applied Biosystems to Affymetrix. While he did not talk about what was thought to be an "involuntary departure" from ABI, he told GT that he was attracted to Affy by the idea of "getting back into genetic analysis and being involved from a corporate strategy perspective" — Lombardi's background is in DNA synthesis.

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