Genaissance founder Gualberto Ruano has launched a new company, Genomas, which will focus on finding pharmacogenomic links to fitness and eating habits, according to the Hartford Courant. Ruano, 44, resigned from Genaissance on Aug. 31 after being ousted from the chief executive’s slot one year ago. He had served as the firm’s CSO since then. Genomas is self-funded and is based in Ruano’s home.
Sep 18, 2003