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Sheila Dodge is the Senior Director of Operations and Development for the Genomics Platform at the Broad Institute in Boston, Massachusetts. She directs a team of more than150 scientists, engineers and laboratory technicians who develop and run DNA sequencing production processes. She oversees daily operations of the Labs, IT, and Engineering as well as new project and new process execution that keep this organization at the front edge of an industry where changing technology and speed are critical.

She has a BA in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Boston University, a Masters in Biology from Harvard and an MBA from MIT. She is also Six Sigma, Black Belt certified and works across many boundaries between the science, technology, process development and operations applying her expertise in Visual Management systems and Dynamic Work Design.

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