IP Genesis enables new discovery pathways in biomedical research, with a focus on in- and out- licensing, development, integration, dissemination, and deployment of cutting-edge software and technologies that employ genomic information to accelerate discovery.
Aleksandar Milosavljevic, PhD, President and Director
Dr. Milosavljevic is an Associate Professor of Molecular and Human Genetics at Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Milosavljevic has over 20 years of industrial and academic experience in the fields of bioinformatics and genomics, has over forty publications, is the recipient of over ten million dollars of funding from government agencies, and has participated in the launches of three startup companies. Dr. Milosavljevic is the inventor of the comparative sequence assembly method, and is the principal investigator at the Bioinformatics Research Laboratory (www.brl.bcm.tmc.edu).
Matko Vladimir, Company Secretary
Mr. Vladimir has experience in administration, sales, and marketing. Mr. Vladimir received Certificate of Entrepreneurship from the Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the University of Houston and is currently an MBA student at the University of Houston Bauer College of Business.
James C. Vlazny, PhD, Chief Licensing Consultant
Dr. Vlazny is the founder and president of Licensing International, Inc., a consulting company founded in 1991 to assist organizations to license-in or license-out pharmaceutical/biotechnology products and technologies. Dr. Vlazny has 27 years of experience in the licensing field, and has found products and partners for numerous companies and clients during this time. His client list includes healthcare and pharmaceutical organizations in North America, Europe, Korea, and South America.
Genboree Hosting Program
Genboree Hosting Program aims to provide Genboree Hosting services to a small number of early clients who already generate high volumes of genomic data such as:
- Genome variation at the basepair level;
- Structural genome variation;
- Epigenomic data;
- Heterogeneous genomic information generated by multiple genomic technologies.
Comparative Sequence Assembly (CSA)
CSA technology assembles read fragments from a DNA sequencing project using related genomic sequences to guide the assembly process. CSA enables faster, more economical and accurate assemblies of genomes using next-generation sequencing technologies.
Genboree Discovery System is a turnkey software system for genomic research. While it can be configured to support almost any genome-centric discovery process, a number of configurations already exist for specific applications.
Pash program implements Positional Hashing, an extremely fast and accurate sequence comparison method. Pash enables fast and sensitive anchoring of hundreds of millions of short sequences produced by next-generation sequencing technologies.