Brady received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Wake Forest University, a master's in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a master of fine arts degree from the New School in New York. He’s been covering the biotech industry for more than 15 years, first as managing editor of the daily news service BioWorld and as business editor at Nature Biotechnology since 2007.
Speaking sample audios:
First Rounder: Leroy Hood - http://www.nature.com/nbt/podcast/index-2014-05-22.html
Lee Hood was one of the pioneers involved in the Human Genome Project as well as a cofounder of Applied BioSystems and numerous other biotech startups over the past three decades. In 2000, he cofounded the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) in Seattle, where as president he is currently leading research with a view to moving toward precision medicine. Nature Biotechnology spoke to Hood about his long association with the California Institute of Technology, the P4 pilot project at ISB and playing football in the Rose Bowl.
First Rounder: Rachel King
Rachel King is president and CEO of GlycoMimetics and former chairwoman of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization. Talking with Nature Biotechnology, King discusses gene therapy, how a CEO handles layoffs and growing up with chickens.