Located in Victoria, BC, Canada, Morty obtained his B.Sc. in microbiology and Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Victoria with a focus on clinical proteomics. He led the design of SAT’s fully automated SISCAPA workflow for high throughput protein panels in whole blood, serum and dried blood spot specimens. His primary current focus is strategy for longitudinal monitoring of health and disease using a single drop of blood.
“The future of diagnostics is increasing moving away from the concept of ‘normal’ and towards optimizing one’s health to the best of one’s genetic potential. As such the promise of personalized diagnostics, delivered through establishing individual biomarker baselines, is more about improving the quality of life rather than increasing the overall life span.”