FIG s Ross Overbeek on Planting a Seed for Next-Generation Annotation | GenomeWeb

Ross Overbeek is developing a computational framework to annotate 1,000 genomes over the next three years. Overbeek, who started his career in the academic world and then worked at Argonne National Laboratory before moving into the private sector, eventually came to the decision that the best mechanism for the annotation system he had in mind was a non-profit organization dedicated to the task.

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