Reid J. Robison, MD MBA. Physician turned data scientist. Yogi, genome hacker, meditation practitioner. CEO @ Tute Genomics, on a crusade to personalize medicine.
Reid is a board-certified psychiatrist with fellowship training in neurodevelopmental genetics and bioinformatics. He is adjunct faculty at both the University of Utah and Brigham Young University, and is CEO and co-founder at Tute Genomics, a venture-backed startup for precision medicine. Reid has previously built and sold a number of healthcare/tech companies, including Anolinx, Boli and Clinical Methods. He is also an active humanitarian and founder of the Polizzi Free Clinic, and Board Chair at the Utah Foundation for Biomedical Research. Reid has participated in charitable expeditions in diverse places ranging from Burmese refugee camps to rural Ghana, and from post-quake Haiti to Guyanese orphanages. As a father of 5 kids, including particularly lively 6-year-old twins, Reid uses meditation and yoga to stay sane in our fast-paced, tech-crazed society and often lectures and leads groups in mindfulness meditation. In what little free time he has, Reid can occasionally be found painting large pixelated murals of epic dead scientists, including the Einstein wall in downtown Provo, Utah.
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