Paired Ends: Alexander Kohlmann, Jeffrey Gordon | GenomeWeb

Alexander Kohlmann is now director of bioscience at AstraZeneca. Previously, he was headed up the department of next-generation sequencing and microarrays at the Munich Leukemia Laboratory. Before that, he was research alliance manager at Roche Diagnostics.


Jeffrey Gordon, director of Washington University School of Medicine's Center for Genome Sciences and Systems Biology has won the 2014 Passano Foundation Award for his work demonstrating how gut microbes influence human health.

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