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Brian Orelli

Somewhere between his graduate thesis on BRCA1, a gene that causes hereditary breast cancer, and his postdoctoral fellowship in DNA repair, Brian realized he enjoyed analyzing other people's data more than running his own experiments. Having gotten his first taste of how to analyze stocks from The Motley Fool many years prior, it was only fitting that he came full circle and started writing about biotech, pharmaceutical, and medical device companies for Fool.com. He also covers the health insurance industry to keep from going into binary-event overload. When not writing at The Motley Fool or trade journals like Nature Biotechnology and BioWorld, Brian can be found coaching soccer or hanging out at the beach in his hometown of San Diego.

General Information

Name:
Brian Orelli
Fool Since:
March 23 2001
Aliases:
BiologyFool (7/18/2007), bjorelli (8/12/2001)
Where I Live:
San Diego, CA
Gender:
Male

Investing Basics

Investing Style:
Long-Term Buy and Hold
Stocks I Own:
None right now. Sold everything to finance the (very expensive) house remodel

Education And Work Information

School(s) Attended
U.C. Davis (B.S.) and U. of Chicago (PhD)
Job Title
Contributor for Fool.com
Company / Organization
The Motley Fool

My Story

Somewhere between his graduate thesis on a gene that causes hereditary breast cancer and his postdoctoral fellowship in DNA repair, Brian realized he enjoyed analyzing other people's data more than running his own experiments. Having gotten his first taste of how to analyze stocks from The Motley Fool many years prior, it was only fitting that he came full circle and started writing about biotech, pharmaceutical, and medical device companies for Fool.com. He also covers the health insurance industry to keep from going into binary-event overload. When not writing at The Motley Fool or trade journals like Nature Biotechnology, Brian can be found coaching soccer or hanging out at the beach in his hometown of San Diego.

Contact Information

BOrelli@fool.com or follow on Twitter: @BiologyFool