Tempus, the cancer fighting start up from extraordinary organizer Eric Lefkofsky, has a goal to give specialists at the University of Chicago, more detailed information on treating patients with breast cancer. Tempus declared an association with the University of Chicago Medicine Thursday in order to give atomic sequencing and investigation to UChicago’s breast cancer specialists. These findings will help them to provide the top individual care for their patients as well as hope for more positive outcomes. Tempus uses real time genomic sequencing to aid in these decisions regarding individual treatment packages. The startup, Tempus, was established in 2015. It is located at 600 W. Chicago, where Groupon, Lightbank, Drivin and Lekofsky’s different endeavors are found.
Eric Lefkofsky is the main supporter and CEO of Tempus. He is an establishing accomplice of Lightbank, a wander support putting resources into problematic innovations. As well as Uptake, EchoLoistics, and Inner Workings. In 2006 he created Lefkofsky Family Foundation with his wife, which is a charity foundation. Eric is also Trustee of Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Museum of Science and Industry and World Business Chicago.
Lefkofsky is a subordinate educator at the University of Chicago and creator of Accelerated Disruption. He moved on from the University of Michigan and got his Juris Doctor at University of Michigan Law School. He is a benefactor and Chairman of groupon, a worldwide web based business commercial center, and supporter of Uptake Technologies, a main prescient investigation stage for the world’s biggest companies like Mediaocean. To learn more please follow Lefkofsky on twitter at @lefkofsky and/or facebook at @eplefkofsky. You just have to find his profile at Eric Lefkofsky and you will be able to read his latest stories on the recent findings.