Launched in 2007, 23andMe offers consumers the ability to access their genetic information through at-home health and ancestry tests. Through its Personal Genome Service, 23andMe users are able to gain insight into their ancestry, genealogy, and inherited traits, and more. Users can access reports on their Carrier Status, Wellness, Ancestry, Traits, as well as connect with DNA Relatives.
|Anne Wojcicki Co-Founder and CEO|
|Steve Schoch CFO|
|Kathy Hibbs J.D. Chief Legal and Regulatory Officer|
|Kenneth Hillan, M.B., Ch.B. Head of Therapeutics|
|Fred Kohler VP of People|
|Emily Drabant Conley, Ph.D. VP of Business Development|
|Amy Stratom VP of Operations|
|Mike Polcari VP and Chief Architect|
|Arnab Chowdry, Ph.D. VP of Genetic Technology|
|Robert Gentleman, Ph.D. VP of Computational Biology|
Research from genetic-testing giant 23andMe Inc. found differences in a gene that influences a person's blood type can affect a person's susceptibility to COVID-19.
Consumer genomics company 23andMe wants to mine its database of millions of customers for clues to why the virus hits some people harder than others.
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23andMe Inc., the Silicon Valley firm known for its ancestry DNA tests, has licensed an antibody it developed to treat inflammatory diseases to Spanish drugmaker Almirall SA.
23andMe adds DNA-based family tree to its Ancestry service, and expands Central & South Asia depth
Home DNA testing is all the rage these days. But once you discover where your ancestors came from, find your long-lost relatives, and learn every minute detail about your genetic makeup, what then? Which DNA kits are best for fitness?
Genetic testing companies are forming a new coalition on best practices for handling DNA information and to promote the industry in Washington as lawmakers put more scrutiny on their privacy practices.
Airbnb announced a partnership with 23andMe through which the two companies will work together to facilitate heritage travel trips.
Michael J. Fox’s eponymous Parkinson’s foundation is teaming up with DNA testing firm 23andMe, the group tells Fortune.
What interesting trends are we seeing in genetics research right now?
The goal of the course and the option to participate in the 23andMe genetic testing is to help demystify genetics and genetic science, especially for students not majoring in scientific fields.
Avoid fast food, eat vegetables and exercise. It sounds like generic health advice, but they’re tips supposedly tailored to my DNA profile.
Gargantuan studies show links between sleep difficulties and cardiovascular and psychiatric illnesses
One in three Americans is pre-diabetic. In an update to its genetic test, 23andMe is trying to make it easier for people to combat type 2 diabetes.
Consumer genetics company 23andMe is broadening its health portfolio with a new report on consumers’ genetic risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
Chances are, you or someone you know has used a DNA test kits to learn about ancestry or health. Wojcicki is venturing into new territory, offering customers a chance to give their DNA a second life through medical research.
The Silicon Valley DNA pioneer has faced virtually every hurdle in her 13 years as a CEO--and credits her grit to her mom.
The genetic genie is out of the bottle. And it’s not going back.
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The genetic testing company rebuts an editorial’s criticisms of its health test.
DNA testing company 23andMe Inc. said it has gotten the green light from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to offer consumers a test for a hereditary colorectal cancer syndrome.
Originally, 23andMe offered assessments for more than 250 diseases & conditions. They now have FDA Approval for a DNA Cancer Test.
The company's relationships with drug companies have drawn increasing scrutiny.
23andMe has deployed its latest update, featuring interactive ancestry details, cultural insights about food, art and language, and the option to order a physical ancestry book.
Some genetics experts say the jury is still out on the science behind the products.
Anne Wojcicki, the CEO and founder of the genetics-testing startup 23andMe, said a few weeks ago that she hoped the company would add a new health offering that looked at how customers processed medications, including those for depression, cardiology, and infectious disease.