Guest: Jonathan Hirsch, Founder, President, SyapseBio and Contact Info
Chapters: (Advance the marker)
0:50 Why is Syapse the right solution?
6:12 What are you providing that hasn't already been there?
12:50 "Versioning" and preparing for FDA approval
15:44 How are you driving adoption of your service?
20:30 Scaling with a configurable platform
22:00 When will we see clinical sequencers?
26:14 What does genomic medicine look like in five years?
28:02 A PCORI grant
There are roughly two types of bioinformatics site offerings, "infrastructure" and "analytical" solutions. In our first interview of the year we focus on a new company offering an infrastructure solution, one that covers the end-to-end flow of omics into the clinic. Jonathan Hirsch is the President and Founder of Syapse and says his company is providing some services that have not been available before, particularly in the area of clinical reporting.
Recipient of a recent PCORI (Patient Centered Outcomes Research Initiative) Grant that is funded by the new ACA, Syapse is already offering their services to diagnostics labs who need a solution for reporting to physicians.
"We're in a very interesting place," says Hirsch in today's interview, "where the physicians are actually driving the adoption of IT solutions. And that's the trend that we're playing off."
How will the site scale, and how does Hirsch see genomic medicine in five years? Join us as we begin the year looking deeply into the adoption of personalized medicine.
Note: Hirsch will join Mendelspod Host, Theral Timpson, on two panel discussions on bioinformatics infrastructure later this month:
Jan 28th: PMWC 2014, Mountain View, California at 10:45 am (see details)
Jan 30th: Evening Event at Tres Lounge in San Francisco at 5:00 pm (see details)