is an industry leader in early diagnosis of cancer and diseases using genomic data. Genome sequencing has been on an amazing scientific and economic journey for the last three decades. The Human Genome Project began in 1990 with the aim of mapping and sequencing the whole structure of human genome. This bold and daring project took 13 years and a large sum of money, approximately $2.7 billion for the US government, to complete. Since then, the amount of genetic information has multiplied. Consumers get access to genetic tests and even their own genome sequencing data; people can learn about their own genetic information and medical conditions through DNA tests that we provide.
GenoSolutions is an exclusively strategic partner with Clinomics, Inc., a leading genomic research company, not only to offer various FDA approved genetic diagnostic platforms and techniques, but also to provide a family of solutions addressing human health and wellbeing. Our product offerings, such as GenoSystem, GenoBasic(GenoSolution), GenoHealth(GenoSolution X), GenoHealth+(GenoSolution Y), GenoTraits(GenoKids), GenoTraits+(GenoKids Plus), GenoBeauty, and GenoLife, are the key to “Preventive” and “Precision” Medicine.
We strive to be the leader in the Genetics Industry by using our proprietary and state-of-the-art GenoSystem technology with deep machine learning capabilities, in order to mine vast amounts of genetic information for new clues about disease, diagnosis and treatment, and combine the amazing potential of AI and genetics to open the new horizons in healthcare. Currently, we aim to provide highly personalized and curated healthcare solutions to both human beings and animals.
Jason Kim is
a serial entrepreneur and serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Genosolutions, Inc., a DNA testing service and genome solutions provider. After graduating from Konkuk University, Kim started his career at Hanhwa (previously known as Otelco) where he worked as a test automation engineer on the then-state-of-the-art “switch system.” In 1995, he became a system manager for SK Telecom (previously known as Shinsegi Telecom) where he led network operations for five years.
In 2000, Kim co-founded Axesstel with several colleagues where he served as the Executive Vice President and a member of the Board of Directors. At Axesstel, Kim was responsible for opening the U.S. office from which he led sales for CDMA network WLL phones in various countries such as the U.S., Brazil, India, and Venezuela.
In 2004, he supported the company through a successful IPO on the American Stock Exchange or AMEX (now known as the NYSE American). His entrepreneurial career continued at Anyuser, Inc., an American company, where he served as founder and president in 2005. While at Anyuser, he purchased AnyuserNet Corp., a South Korean VoIP service provider, becoming president of the company.
Most notably, he led Anyuser through a successful $160M M&A deal with Ubistar a few years later. Before founding Genosolutions, Kim founded Kstar, Inc., a business consulting firm, where he supported a San Diego logistics company in handling logistics for the production of Hyundai Translead trailers.
Jason received his BS in Electrical Engineering and MS in Information technology from the University of South Korea.
A highly sought after, results-driven executive with a unique combination of operations expertise, financial savvy and business acumen, Mr. Nguyen is an outstanding leader adept at achieving bottom line objectives. Combining strong technical background with sound operations, business and financial acumen, strong deal-making skills and a sense for high potential opportunities, he has a consistently turned around dysfunctional businesses, spearheaded startups to growth and success and produced meaningful and measurable growth and success for diverse industry leaders.
Mr. Nguyen has demonstrated the ability to establish and maintain Board and C-Level relationships in order to support strategic initiatives and produce meaningful and measurable growth and success throughout his professional career. Skilled at managing daily operations while maintaining a “big picture” perspective, Mr. Nguyen excels at leveraging business knowledge with a tireless work ethic to deliver results. He is effective in resolving issues through analytical, collaborative and cost-effective methods.
His industry experience for early stage startups resulted more than $100M in capital procurement and positioned these start-ups as attractive acquisition targets resulting in more than $900M in acquisition offers. He is the sole inventor of 1 US patent and a co-inventor of 9 pending patents.
Justin received his BS degree on Applied Mathematics from the University of California, Davis and an MBA from University of Phoenix.
John served Locus Telecom, a KDDI company, as the CFO for 10 years and the interim COO for one year, responsible for the overall financial and operational activities, divestiture overseeing 10 departments and over 300 employees. He drove many strategic initiatives for the $700M revenue company and the architect of the merger with KDDI, the second largest Telecommunication company in Japan. Before joining Locus in 2006, John served the CFO position for Axesstel for 4 years, a telecom equipment company based in San Diego, where he grew the start up company to a $60M revenue company with 80 employees. At Axesstel, he drove many succesful initiatives include a major re-organization of the company for turnaround, an acquisition of an engineering firm in Korea, a successful funding of $9M, and the listing of the company on the American Stock Exchange.
Prior to Axesstel, he was a management consultant at Bain & Co. in Seoul, advising US and Korean financial institutions, telecom companies, and multi-business conglomerates on their M&A, Post-Merger Integration, , corporate strategy, business portfolio, and operational improvement. His earlier career includes the institutional sales head at Hyundai Securities (America), Inc. in New York, a part of Hyundai Group, and a senior actuarial analyst at CIGNA in Philadelphia.
John received his BA with double major in economics and mathematics at Cornell University and MBA degree from Columbia Business School.
Mr. Lee is registered attorney and a Partner at Procopio law firm, one of the largest and most respected law firm in the United States. Procopio is a full-service business and litigation law firm founded in 1946. It is An AmLaw 200 firm with more than 170 attorneys based in San Diego, Silicon Valley, Las Vegas, and Phoenix serving clients around the world--as well as an AmLaw Top Ten firm for attorney diversity–
Mr. Lee’s corporate responsibility is to counsel in a variety of intellectual property matters. His practice includes preparing and prosecuting patent applications, patent and technology licensing, infringement analysis, due diligence investigations and litigation. He has extensive experience in a wide variety of technical fields, including wireless communications, medical devices, multimedia and animation, video display devices, optical network systems, video compression and transmission, and geophysical surveying systems.
Samuel received his JD from Loyola Law School, MS from University of Southern California (USC) and BS of electrical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
John Lee is
a managing partner and the head of research at MENA fund management service.
He is an accomplished Silicon Valley strategist with over 25 years of experience in equity research, and has been top ranked by institutional investor every year since 1998.
Prior to co-founding MENA Fund Management Service, he has served most recently as Hirsch Capital’s Chief Equity Strategist from 2007 to 2014, and previously as Managing director at Salomon Smith Barney.
His area of expertise included Market Strategy, Small/Mid-Cap Strategy and Telecom services. He was also the CEO of Hyundai Syscomm, which held the industry leading position in telecommunications and cell phone digital station technology across the Republic of Korea.
John received his BS in Finance and Accounting from the Wharton Business School at The University of Pennsylvania.
Founded Oso Pet Care Center and Avery Animals Clinic, Dr. Han graduated with honors from the University of KonKuk College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996 and has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 15 years. He completed one-year post-graduation clinical rotations at Cornell University Teaching Hospital before entering into general practice.
He has a great deal of experience and interest in ultrasonography, endoscopy, laparoscopy, internal medicine and dentistry. He is committed to practicing quality medicine and strives to treat every animal as if it were his own children. He live in San Juan Capistrano with my wife, Kay, daughter, Ashley and twin boys, Joseph and Jaden. He enjoys golfing, watching soccer, photography, and spending time with his lovely family