Lincoln Nadauld

Vice President

Chief of Precision Health and Genomics

Intermountain Healthcare

Lincoln Nadauld founded the Intermountain Precision Genomics program with a vision of finding solutions to improve health and disease through genomics and precision medicine without increasing costs. With his vision in mind, he oversees the clinical implementation of precision genomics across Intermountain’s 24 hospitals and 16 physician clinics. In addition, he facilitates genomic research to better understand the human genome. Nadauld conceived and is leading the recently announced Heredigene, Population Study — a collaborative effort with deCODE Genetics in Iceland to collect and perform whole-genome sequencing on 5, participants in the Intermountain system. Nadauld’s work in founding Intermountain Precision Genomics was recognized with the Utah Governor’s 32nd Annual Science Medal for Industry, which is the highest civilian award to be bestowed by the state of Utah and honors significant contributions to science and technology. He is married with five children and enjoys attending their many activities and events, as well as water sports, fishing and other athletic pursuits.