Former Lab Rat Looks to Modernize Drug Software

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At the age of 7, while other kids were fiddling with Legos, Jonathan Hirsch found himself at a university lab learning the basics behind pipetting fluids and making gels. Five years later, Hirsch began conducting pharmacology experiments. It’s the sort of thing that can happen when much of your immediate family is made up of university researchers and doctors performing clinical trials. “I’ve just always loved doing research,” Hirsch, now 27, says.

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