long read sequencing


Positional Sequencing: Barrett Bready of NABsys

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Guest:

Barett Bready, CEO, NABsys Bio and Contact Info

Listen (3:59) What brings you to DNA Sequencing?

Listen (3:33) Positional sequencing

Listen (4:13) Advantages

Listen (2:05) Is sequencing by hybridization sloppy?

Listen (4:20) How far along is the technology?

Listen (1:47) Market positioning?

Listen (4:25) Why Rhode Island?

Listen (4:00) What drives you personally?

Dr. Barret Bready is the CEO of NABsys, a company pursuing faster, higher quality sequencing technology for use in research and clinical care. The company is presenting their data for the first time at AGBT this year. Since joining NABsys, Barrett has been named one of the top "30 under 30" in New England by The Journal of New England Technology and 2011 Innovator of the Year in the state of Rhode Island.

RS Sequencer with Hugh Martin, PacBio

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Guest:

Hugh Martin, former CEO, Pacific Biosciences Bio and Contact Info

Listen (1:45) Key events for 2011

Listen (9:05) RS Sequencer and its advantages

Listen (9:04) Disadvantages

Listen (:54) What happened to the stock?

Listen (2:30) Mike Hunkapiller joins team

Listen (6:16) What makes a good CEO?

Listen (2:17) How do you keep good people?

Listen (5:54) Fighting cancer personally

Listen (2:42) Clinical sequencing

Listen (3:50) Company direction

Listen (3:27) CSO Eric Schadt moves to NY

As part of our series, Sequencing and Genomic Medicine, I interviewed Hugh Martin of PacBio at the end of 2011. Personally, Hugh made headlines in 09 when he went public with his diagnosis of multiple myeloma. Previously, he served as CEO of ONI Systems—a high-speed optical telecommunications company he founded in 1998 and took public in 2000 and sold to Ciena in 2002 for $1 billion. Mr Martin led PacBio through an IPO and the commercial launch of their much anticipated RS Sequencer. On Jan 6 of 2012 it was announced that Mike Hunkapiller would step in as the new CEO. We hope to bring Mike to the program soon.



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