Real Time Genomics has tapped Francisco De La Vega to head the firm's commercial operations as VP of genome science. De La Vega spent 13 years at Applied Biosystems, where he was a scientific fellow and VP of next-generation sequencing applications. He also was a visiting professor at the Department of Genetics of the Stanford School of Medicine, where he conducted research in population genetics, and he was a member of the steering committee of the 1000 Genomes Project Consortium.

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