Harlan Robins is the Chief Scientific Officer at Adaptive Biotechnologies in Seattle. In 2014, Harlan and his brother Chad co-founded Adaptive as a spinout from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center where Harlan had served as the head of computational biology. Adaptive has been developing what they call "immune medicine" mainly in the area of cancer. When the corona virus pandemic hit, they came out with the world’s first T cell-based COVID diagnostic. The test has garnered them a lot of data on T cell response to COVID.
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