|Alma mater||Augustana University|
|Known for||Co-founder of 23andMe|
In 2006, she co-founded the world's first personal genetics service 23andMe with Paul Cusenza and Anne Wojcicki. In September 2009, Avey left 23andMe and started Brainstorm Research Foundation, focused on accelerating research in Alzheimer's disease.
In 2011, Avey co-founded Curious, Inc. with Mitsu Hadeishi and Heather Anne Halpert. "Curious is an open workspace we're designing to help individuals answer questions about their well-being through personal data aggregation and discovery."
- "About Augustana - Schedule of Medallion Events: AC150". Augustana University. Retrieved 2012-07-14.
- Curious: We've got questions
- "Anne Wojcicki and Linda Avey: Entrepreneurs". PBS. Retrieved 29 September 2011.
- Corporate Info - 23andMe
- Swisher, Kara. "23andMe Co-Founder Linda Avey Leaves Personal Genetics Start-Up to Focus on Alzheimer's Research". Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 29 September 2011.
- Schwartz, Ariel. "The Cofounder Of 23andme On The Future Of Personal Data Tracking". Fast Co.Exist. Retrieved 8 June 2012.
- Davies, Stephen. "Interview: Linda Avey, Co-founder of 23andMe and CEO of Curious, Inc". Bionic.ly. Retrieved 12 March 2013.
- Hardy, Quentin. "Big Data in Your Blood". New York Times Bits. Retrieved 7 September 2012.
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