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LifeOmic CEO Don Brown Delivers IUSM 2017 Commencement Address


LifeOmic CEO Don Brown, MD shares his professional journey from being an unconventional medical student at Indiana University School of Medicine to becoming it's largest donor in 2016.  Don's remarks begin at 25:09 and end at 51:33. Watch Don's Remarks - Fast-Forward to 25:09

LifeOmic Discusses RTP Plans With Triangle Business Journal


Triangle Business Journal reports on LifeOmic's anticipated business plans for the Research Triangle Park area: With local ties in hand, Brown is now heading a new company called LifeOmic – following the close of Interactive Intelligence’s sale Dec. 1 “We’re looking to disrupt the precision medicine space,” says Jeff Swartz, LifeOmic’s chief operating officer. LifeOmic – [...]

Inside Indiana Business Television Interview With Don Brown


Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick highlights Don Brown’s $30 million gift to establish the Brown Center for Immunotherapy at the University of Indiana School of Medicine.   In the Business of Health segment, Barbara Lewis talks with Don about the gift and its focus on immunotherapy. Immunotherapy is a new area of medical [...]

IndyStar: $30M gift to IU Med could change how blood cancers are treated


If you've wondered what Don Brown, Founder and CEO of LifeOmic has been thinking regarding precision medicine these days, look no further than his recent $30 million donation to the Indiana University School of Medicine. IndyStar reports, "Dr. Donald Brown, a 1985 IU med school graduate and founder of Interactive Intelligence, said he made the gift, the [...]

IBJ: Entrepreneur Don Brown launches new biotech company


December 8, 2016 Indianapolis-based tech entrepreneur Don Brown just ended his 22-year tenure with Interactive Intelligence Group, the company he sold for $1.4 billion only a week ago, but he’s already heavily involved in another venture... See Full Article Here

Launching LifeOmic!


After extensive interviews with various health systems and medical research centers it became clear that while genetics is increasingly applied to clinical settings, and genomic research efforts are exponential, the full power of genomic, proteomic, transcriptomic, and other Omic information is still only very sparingly applied to the large majority of clinical settings where [...]