Genos has appointed George Church, Mina Radhakrishan, Alvin Roth, Dietrich Stephan, and Chris Tsakalakis to the company's strategic advisory board. Church's research was seminal in enabling the first consumer genome sequence in 1994. He is currently a professor genetics at Harvard Medical School, director of the Center for Computational Genetics, founder of PersonalGenomes.org, and a founding core member of Wyss Institute. Radhakrishan was the former head of product at Uber and a current startup advisor. She is also currently an entrepreneur-in-residence at Redpoint Ventures, special advisor at Cowboy Ventures, and a mentor to companies in the 500 Startups portfolio. Roth is a professor of economics at Stanford University and a 2012 Nobel Prize winner. Stephan is the chair of the department of human genetics at the University of Pittsburgh, founding chairman of the neurogenomics department at Translational Genomics Research Institute, and founder of Navigenics. Tsakalakis is currently an entrepreneur-in-residence at Benchmark Capital, and has previously was president of the online ticket marketplace StubHub for eight years.