You want to work with people you are excited about and they are excited about you. It's a two-way street.
Big ideas we tend to like are the ones that seem impossible or crazy.
In genomics, there's a massive amount of information in which you can look for patterns and develop insights.
When you build relationships with entrepreneurs, they're not trying to optimize on price.
Healthcare is becoming part of information technology.
You make a great investment in the consumer Internet, maybe you make a lot of money and create something useful, interesting, or fun. But in life sciences, you have a chance to be part of something that lets people live longer and healthier and not lose the people they care about. That is really profound.
There are environmental threats to health; there are internal threats to health - genetic conditions, viral threats, diseases like cancer and Parkinson's. And then there are societal and global ones, like poverty and lack of nutrition. And unknown viral threats - everything from a new kind of influenza to hemorrhagic fever.