Have an interest in staying up with the latest in personalized medicine, as well as a Twitter account?
Then consider following these 20 personalized medicine thought leaders.
This list is restricted to individually-branded, not company-branded, Twitter accounts. To get in on the best conversation, watch for these hashtags: #personalizedmedicine, #pm101, #genomics and #bioinformatics.
Robert West, @westr, associate professor at SUNY Upstate Medical University
Eric Topol, @EricTopol, Chief Academic Officer at Scripps Health
Dan Vorhaus, @genomicslawyer, attorney with Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson
Daniel Kraft, @daniel_kraft, executive director of FutureMed
Ruby Galderab, @divabiotech, head of marketing and clinical development for international markets with Affymetrix
Daniel MacArthur, @dgmacarthur, genomics researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital
Leroy Hood, @ISBLeeHood, president and cofounder of the Institute for Systems Biology
Keith Darce, @KeithDarce, public relations manager at Scripps Health
Paul Sonnier, @Paul_Sonnier, head of digital health strategy at Popper & Co.
Bertalan Mesko, @Berci, founder of Webicina.com
Margaret Anderson, @MargaretAinDC, executive director of FasterCures
Bruce Booth, @LifeSciVC, partner at Atlas Ventures
Donna Cryer, @DCPatient, CEO at Cryer Health
Sharon Terry, @sharonfterry, president of Genetic Alliance
Dawei Lin, @iGenomics, bioinformatics core director at the UC Davis Genome Center
Stephen Turner, @genetics_blog, bioinformatics core director at the University of Virginia
Joel Dudley, @jdudley, director of informatics at NuMedii
Scott Wagers, @WagersScott, founder of GrantSnap.com
Walter Jessen, @wjjessen, computational biologist, now principal with Walter Jessen Discovery New Media
Jason Moore, @moorejh, director of the Institute for Quantitative Biomedical Sciences at Dartmouth College
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