Redwood City, CA - Station X, a company developing software products for scientists and clinicians working with large-scale human genome information in either a research or clinical setting, announced today that it has closed its Series A financing and opened offices in Redwood City, California.

Investors in this financing round include Genomic Health, Inc., a leader in the development of genomics-based molecular diagnostics, and several individual biotech and high-tech investors.

Station X will use these funds to build their first product, an innovative software platform for biomarker discovery using large-scale genomic data.

The board consists of industry pioneers Randy Scott and Roy Whitfield, along with CEO and founder Richard Goold.

Station X was founded in August 2010 by an experienced genomics software team, with the goal of bringing good design and the power of modern software engineering to the analysis and interpretation of next-generation sequence data.