Tim Cook, Charles Dimmler, Joanne Smith-Farrell, Gerrit van den Dool, David Smoller, Richard Lerner | GenomeWeb
Tim Cook has been appointed to the board of Oxford Gene Technology as a non-executive director, OGT said this week.
Cook most recently served as executive director at Isis Innovation, the technology transfer company of Oxford University. Prior to Isis, he served as private investor and founding managing director of Oxford Semiconductor and Oxford Asymmetry.
Cook holds a BS in physics and a PhD in cryogenics from Oxford University.

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