About Front Line Genomics
At Front Line Genomics our mission is to help deliver the benefits of genomics faster.
Through our website, our magazine, our Special Interest Groups, and the Festivals of Genomics, we support scientists, clinicians, business/research leaders and officials, from academia, research institutes, industry, healthcare and government organisations to realise the true potential of genomic medicine.
You can find out more about the Front Line Genomics story from our CEO, Richard Lumb.
Richard Lumb PhD, CEO and Founder
“In 2009 I lost my father to mesothelioma, a rare form of cancer commonly caused by exposure to asbestos. A year or so later, looking for answers, I started to read about growing evidence that a person’s genetic makeup can increase susceptibility to mesothelioma. That got me interested in the potential of translational genomics in both healthcare and society. It also got me thinking about the role I could play in accelerating the impact of genomic knowledge on people’s lives.” Read the full story →
Who are we?
Carl Smith. Ph.D.
Carl heads up the publishing team and has been with the company since day one. He sets the editorial direction and works on establishing non-commercial partnerships.
He was awarded his Ph.D. in Genetics by University College London, where he became one of the world’s leading experts in the incredibly niche subject ‘Sexual Selection in Yeast’.
Head of Marketing
Caolán runs all of our digital channels and marketing. He works tirelessly to make sure our audience always have something fresh to read either through our website and weekly newsletter.
He was awarded his BSc in International Management by The University of Manchester. Having previously worked with media and consultancy giants, he wants to put this experience in to good use through accelerating the use and benefits of genomics.
Get in touch
If you have a story or point of view to share, we would love to hear from you. We accept pieces on various topics and are always open to new ideas. If you’re already blogging, or have something you’d like to share/write/talk about, we’d love to hear from you. The idea here is to help showcase the great stuff that’s out there at the moment, and bring out some of the personalities and debates that make genomics so engaging.
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