People in the News: Kathy Hibbs, Nelson Chan | GenomeWeb

Kathy Hibbs is 23andMe's new chief legal and regulatory officer.

Hibbs joins 23andMe from Genomic Health, where she served as senior vice president and general counsel. She has also worked at Monogram Biosciences and Varian Medical Systems, and is actively engaged in a number of industry groups, such as the American Clinical Laboratory Association, the Coalition for 21st Century Medicine, and the Personalized Medicine Coalition.

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