Technology At Rosetta Inpharmatics Inc

1712 Words Dec 3rd, 2014 7 Pages
The three leadership practices that are my strengths are exhibition of expert power, consultative type II leadership, and participative leadership.

Expert power is based on demonstrable skills, aptitudes and experience. Credibility via actions, reputation, and credentials is of paramount importance to the cultivation and cache of expert power. Over the last decade I have become an expert in functional genomics approaches to facilitate discovery and have been recruited and tasked with developing a high throughput functional genomics screening platform for the Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine at the University of Washington. Serendipitously I had the opportunity to be involved with a team who was at the forefront of the development of this technology at Rosetta Inpharmatics Inc. During this time I was either privy to or directly involved in testing and implementing algorithms for design and efficacy of siRNA (silencing RNA) and its implementation into automated experimental platforms. This foundational experience has benefitted myself and my current clientele greatly. The work of myself and my colleague has become held in high regard because of an in depth knowledge base, publication record, and demonstration of actionable results. This has allowed us to be engaged in project development, feasibility, and early stage reviews allowing for a high degree of tractability and success. Without expert power our current success would not be sustainable. As…
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