An introduction to Blueprint Genetics

Published on March 22, 2017

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Blueprint Genetics was founded five years ago as a Stanford University spin-off company.┬áThe aim from the beginning has been to bring genetic diagnostics into the daily routines of healthcare organizations. In this podcast Blueprint Genetics’ co-founder Tero-Pekka Alastalo, MD, Ph.D and┬áLauren Moissiy, MS, LGC, will discuss the origin of the company and what makes Blueprint Genetic a successful genetic testing provider.

Learning objectives:

  • What differentiates Blueprint Genetics form other genetic testing providers
  • What does our unique technology solutions offer
  • How transparency in genetic testing benefits the patient care
  • What is the future of genetic testing in clinical diagnostics

 

 

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Episode guests

Tero-Pekka Alastalo

Tero-Pekka Alastalo

Tero-Pekka is the Chief Medical Officer and President of Blueprint Genetics Inc. He is based in San Francisco and in charge of the operations in North America. He is also designing diagnostic panels, mutation databases and works with clinical evaluation of genetic data. Tero-Pekka is a co-founder of Blueprint Genetics. Tero-Pekka has a MD-PhD degree and is specialized in pediatrics and pediatric cardiology. Tero-Pekka has a PhD in molecular and cellular biology. In 2007 he continued his research at Stanford University, School of Medicine. During this 3-year postdoctoral training he focused on the molecular genetic mechanisms of cardiovascular diseases. He continued his cardiovascular research at the University of Helsinki as a principal investigator and the head of an academic research group.

Lauren Moissiy

Lauren Moissiy

Lauren Moissiy is a trained genetic counselor from San Francisco, CA and is currently the regional sales director for the US with Blueprint Genetics. She has an MS degree in Genetic Counseling from California State University, Stanislaus. Her current focuses are in ophthalmic genetics and genetic causes of sudden unexpected death in the young.

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