Working at the Broad Institute early in his career, Michael Schnall Levin was discovering he was a biologist at heart. He’d begun his studies in physics then done his PhD in mathematics. But he'd wanted “to do math that had an application in the real world.” It was at the Broad that Michael came in contact with the new tools that were revolutionizing biology.
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Offering a front row seat to the Century of Biology, veteran podcast host Theral Timpson interviews the who's who in genomics and genomic medicine.