Day: 12 August 2015

DNAdigest interviews The Hyve

The Hyve is a 30 person open source bioinformatics services company from Utrecht, Netherlands, and Cambridge, MA, USA. Not so long ago, we invited them to write a blog post on Open Source Technologies for Precision Medicine. Today, DNAdigest interviews Kees van Bochove, the CEO of The Hyve. 1. Could you give us a short introduction on The Hyve? The Hyve is a small but fast growing global company that is specialised in professional support for open source software for bioinformatics, clinical and translational research. The company headquarters is in Utrecht, The Netherlands and we have a satellite office in Boston, USA, at Cambridge Innovation Center. The team (currently about 30 people) consists of a mix of bioinformaticians, software developers, clinicians, statisticians and project managers. 2. What is your background, interests and the role in the organisation?  My education is in computer science and bioinformatics, but I’ve always had a broad interest. Next to my computer science education I also graduated in primary school education, and I occasionally perform as a classical music singer: I recorded a CD with Schubert’s Lieder and I sometimes sing Bach cantata solos. I have taken an interest in biology and later medicine and I […]