The couple had a prenuptial agreement and reached a settlement for an undisclosed amount.9. They have a son and daughter together and texts from Brin interrupted Dr.

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The DNA test, which requires just a saliva sample, costs $199. The 23 in 23and Me stands for the 23 pairs of chromosomes that contain our DNA. The idea for 23and Me came to Wojcicki when she was working at an investment fund on Wall Street.

She jokingly says she moved back to the Bay Area, where she grew up near the Stanford campus, "because she couldn't face one more meeting in a strip club."7.

She's kind of a bro: Wojcicki calls herself—and others—dude.8.

She and Brin divorced last May after he reportedly had an affair with a Google marketing employee.

Wojcicki, 42, is a Yale-educated Silicon Valley biologist and co-founder of the genetic testing company 23and Me — and the ex-wife of Google co-founder Sergey Brin. COMCAST “They have gone on a few dates,” the source told the Daily News.

“They’re getting to know each other.” After his divorce from Cynthia Rodriguez in 2008, A-Rod’s famous flames included Kate Hudson, Cameron Diaz and Madonna.

But Hollywood hasn’t been the only place A-Rod went looking for love.

We're always intrigued by an odd couple, so we couldn't help but do a double take this morning when we read that New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez was dating Anne Wojcicki, the ex-wife of Google co-founder Sergey Brin and a Silicon Valley mover in her own right.

A-Rod has been previously linked to blondes such as Cameron Diaz, Kate Hudson, and Madonna, none of whom resemble the the Silicon Valley entrepreneur who was the subject of a 1. She launched her genetic testing company, 23and Me, in 2006. His net worth has been estimated at 0 million, while hers could be north of a billion.15. Wojcicki went to Yale; A-Rod was drafted by the Seattle Mariners straight out of high school, so he skipped college altogether.

Its mission is to "give individuals direct access to their genetic makeup and explain what that information may predict about their future health so they can make proactive choices about their care."3. The FDA took issue with one aspect of her product, the Personal Genome Service, showing what diseases for which customers might be at risk. She owns a cute, child-friendly cafe in the Bay Area called Bumble.

The government agency wants potentially traumatic test results to be delivered under doctor supervision.4. Their father was a physics professor at Stanford for more than 40 years.12. She bikes seven miles a day and a quarter of 23and Me's one-story office is left open for Cross Fit classes.