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People in the News: Mark Boguski


Mark Boguski, a faculty member of Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, has founded Genome Health Solutions, a new company focused on personalized genomic medicine.

The company offers genomic medicine consulting for hospital systems and other healthcare delivery organizations as well as assistance with diagnostic and information technology selection, management, and optimization. It also helps with the design and management of specific cancer genome/transcriptome analyses versus standard-of-care molecular diagnostics; provides individual case management; and helps with the management of medical social media channels for patient/physician education, marketing, and communication.

Boguski has previously held faculty positions at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; the National Institutes of Health; the National Library of Medicine; and has served as an executive in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, including as a former vice president of Novartis.

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