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GenomSys: Luca Trotta

Swiss bioinformatics firm GenomSys has named Luca Trotta as chief scientific officer. He will lead the scientific team at the company's newly opened branch in Lugano. Trotta specializes in clinical interpretation of genomic variation and the implementation of genomic analysis workflows, particularly in whole-exome sequencing. He was previously the genetic sciences division manager at Swiss firm 4Bases, according to his LinkedIn profile. Prior to that, he was a visiting scientist and research at the Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland. He also previously conducted research in the Molecular Genetic Unit of the Policlinico Hospital in Milan.

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