UI health startup hopes test will prevent disease, improve nutrition

Kelsey Dawes
Kelsey Dawes
Kelsey Dawes expects cutting-edge technology will soon be able to motivate changed behaviors by personalizing nutrition plans using quantifiable data, ultimately preventing deadly cases of disease. That’s the goal of her research as CEO and founder of Relevant Methylomics, a startup company she began as a PhD student at the University of Iowa where she […]
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