People in the News: Lee Hood to Serve as Scientific Advisor to Sera Prognostics | GenomeWeb

Sera Prognostics said this week that Lee Hood will serve as a scientific advisor to the company.

Hood is a co-founder and president of the Institute for Systems Biology. He is a life sciences entrepreneur who has been involved in the founding of firms such as Applied Biosystems, Integrated Diagnostics, Amgen, and others. Hood is also a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the Institute of Medicine.

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