GenoTwin combines leading genomics expertise with data science.
GenoTwin was founded and is supported by leading experts in genomics, computational biology, infectious diseases, and immunology.
We are a collaborative, forward-thinking, and driven team. Our highly interdisciplinary team enjoys topics as wide ranging as theoretical physics and microbial ecology to dancing and drumming.
Connor Dowling, MBA
Previously founding team and COO of the BioVenture Entrepreneurship division at Weill Cornell Medicine, commercializing early-stage IP; Recognized by Fast Company as a 2019 World Changing Idea
Master’s of Global Business Administration from Fletcher School at Tufts
Co-founder and Chief Science Advisor
Raul Rabadan, PhD
Gerald and Janet Carrus Professor, Columbia University
Professor, Departments of Systems Biology and Biomedical Informatics, Columbia U.
Director, Program for Mathematical Genomics, Columbia U.
Co-leader, Genomics and Epigenomics Research Program, Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center
Co-founder and Science Advisor
Dohyun Nam, MD, PhD
Professor of Neurosurgery
Director, Center for Experimental Therapeutics of Samsung Cancer Research Institute
Director, Research Center of Future Medicine
Director, Samsung Institute for Refractory Cancer Research
Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer
Oliver Elliott, MS
Previously a software developer in the Department of Systems Biology; Columbia University
Master’s from Columbia University
Chief Financial Officer and Strategy Director
Reuben Danzing, MS
Previously Founder of FutureSet Strategy; Certified Public Accountant;
Master’s from Yale School of Management
Jessica Rowell, MPH, MS
Background in computational metagenomics, epidemiology, antimicrobial resistance, and bioinformatics.
MS Bioinformatics, Georgia Institute of Technology, MPH Epidemiology, Emory University
Brittany Suttner, PhD
PhD, Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow
Background in metagenomics & transcriptomics, microbial and molecular ecology, and bioinformatics
Building insights for a healthier future.
Professor, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton Member, National Academy of Sciences Known for p53 tumor suppressor protein Numerous awards in biotech and cancer research
Elkins Professor of Life Sciences, Molecular Biology, Princeton Member, National Academy of Sciences Authority in biochemistry, cell biology, genomics, microbiology, virology
Higgins Professor of Microbiology & Immunology and Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics, Columbia University Member, National Academy of Sciences Authority in molecular biology
Professor, Senior Research Scholar, Molecular Biology, Princeton Pediatrician and biologist Primary research focus on understanding genetic variants and environmental signals
Member, St. Jude Faculty Authority on influenza and astrovirus pathogenesis, novel vaccines and therapeutics, microbial co-infections Deputy Director, World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Studies on Ecology of Influenza in Animals and Birds
DIRECTOR, COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE I-LEARNING CENTER ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, VETERINARY CLINICAL MEDICINE SECTION HEAD, INTEGRATED FOOD ANIMAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AFFILIATE, CARL R. WOESE INSTITUTE OF GENOMIC BIOLOGY
Chairman & CEO of Mint Venture Partners, Founder & Chairman, Asia Pacific Foundation for Infectious Diseases
Chair, Department of Pathology & Genomic Medicine, Houston Methodist Weill Cornell Medical College Director, Center for Molecular & Translational Human Infectious Diseases Research
Professor of Medicine and Urology, Mount Sinai Director of Immunotherapy, Medical Director of Vaccine and Cell Therapy Lab, and Co-Dir of Cancer Immunology Program at Tisch Cancer Institute Recipient of numerous awards in immunology and cancer Senior Editor for Cancer Immunology Research and Frontiers in Immunology