Dr. Bloom brings more than 30 years of clinical and business experience in pathology, oncology, telemedicine, and bioinformatics. His role will be to help expand, strengthen and commercialize the full-suite of precision medicine capabilities offered within the pathology and genomics markets for Invicro and Ambry Genetics.
Previously, Dr. Bloom was President and Head of Oncology & Immunotherapy for Human Longevity Inc., where his team developed and commercialized an industry leading cancer exome product and commercialized a technique for validating neoantigens predicted from sequencing. Dr. Bloom was also instrumental to the business strategy that evolved Clarient from a start-up to the acquisition by GE Healthcare.
Prior to his industry experience, Dr. Bloom spent 15 years within the academic field holding various appointed positions including Director of Laboratory Operations and Chief Information Officer of the Rush Cancer Institute, Clinical Professor of Pathology at University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine; and Associate Professor of Pathology at Rush Medical College. Dr. Bloom received his MD from Rush Medical College and his BA from Grinnell College.