Emily is an engineer with over ten years of experience at the intersection of computer science and life science.
She developed cloud infrastructure at GRAIL that supported the analysis of over 35 petabytes of genomics data.
She has done biology research at MIT in both the wet lab and dry lab. In industry she worked in drug discovery, cell therapy, diagnostics, molecular dynamics simulations, and patient health records.
Madeline is a software engineer with experience at Google and multiple biotech companies.
At GRAIL she developed an EDC that supported one of the largest clinical trials ever performed (over 200k patients), and at Google worked on a system supporting 10 billion queries per day.
She studied computer science and computer engineering at UC Santa Cruz.