Harboring a strong conviction to battle cancer saw Eric Lefksosky establish Tempus as a system through which cancer patients can be treated. At Tempus, are the brains behind the use of genomic data in a way that molecular and a cancer patient’s clinical data are synchronized with an operating system. The operating system can analyze the data fetched to unravel numerous methods through which the medical practitioners can treat the cancer patients. Additionally, the technology assists not only in analytics but also in data and compilation of comprehensive report and avails the same to the physician. From such deliverables, Tempus provides a validation platform for cancer researchers, physicians and the patients alike to share and learn more about battling cancer and learn more about Eric.
Eric Lefkosky’s Role at Tempus
Eric Lefkosky’s attachment with Tempus on caring for cancer patients around the globe exhibits his generous nature in real life. It is explained with his sudden and unexpected resignation from his several roles in Echo Global Logistics in 2006 to start off his charitable organization named Lefkosky Family Foundation. Teaming up with his wife in this venture, Eric Lefkosky set out to impact the lives of families that are most affected by the cancer scourge. Through his private foundation, he has offered both financial and moral support to various communities in Chicago facing devastating conditions. Primary among these support mechanism is towards the cancer patients through research and advocacies efforts that he has been keen while engaging with stakeholders at Tempus and his Facebook.
Apart from his private foundation, Eric Lefkosky serves in current capacities in various charity organizations. For instance, he acts as a reliable trustee of Lurie Children’s Hospital, the Museum of Science and Industry, the Art Institute of Chicago (AIC). He also extends such services to the World Business Chicago and Steppenwolf Theatre Company as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Eric Lefkoky is of Jewish descent although he was born and bred in Michigan. He is a graduate of law from the University of Michigan and also received Juris Doctor Degree from the same university. Currently, Eric serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Chicago. He attests that being around Chicago helps him in his philanthropic duties where he helps his Jewish community living in the area to better their lives.