John Couch, New Pangea CEO, Spells Out Company s Future Business Strategy | GenomeWeb

OAKLAND, Calif.--BioInform recently spoke with John Couch, the former Hewlett-Packard and Apple Computer executive recently named CEO of bioinformatics software provider Pangea Systems here. Prior to his appointment as CEO, Couch had been working with Pangea for a few months as an executive-at-large for Mayfield Group, the venture capital firm that led the company's financing. In this conclusion of the two-part interview, Couch talks about his definition of bioinformatics and his plans for Pangea immediately and in the future.

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