Liberty BioSecurity Senior Advisory Board Member, Dr. Ari Patrinos, is the Director of the Center for Urban Science and Progress, and a professor of biological, chemical and mechanical engineering at NYU. He is considered to be a leading authority on structural biology, genomics, global environmental change, and nuclear medicine. This oral history follows his time as Director of the Office of Biological and Environmental Research in the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), where he worked on the Human Genome Project and initialed the International Panel on Climate Change and the Global Change Research Program. In this interview Ari discusses how the DOE ended up working with NIH on the Human Genome Project, his research, and his relationships with Francis Collins, Craig Venter and Harold Varmus.
Liberty’s Expeditionary Science and Special Programs Laboratory (X-Lab) develops bioengineering and clinical solutions to challenging medical, commercial and industrial unmet needs. These solutions are derived from novel organisms obtained from government and Liberty's own proprietary collection of extremophile biologics. The X-Lab's multidisciplinary team of microbiologists and bioinformaticians are supported by physicians and experts drawn from military and intelligence communities.
At Meeting Room no.2, Office of the Dean, Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital, Prof. Piyamitr Sritara, Dean of Faculty of Medicine together with Mr. Jason Anderson, Chief Executive Officer of Liberty Biosecurity, LLC and Mr. Marek Stepniak, President of CP Medical Center Co., Ltd., signed the Memorandum of Understanding on behalf of their respective cooperates on November 14, 2018.