NEW YORK, May 5 (GenomeWeb News) - Ann Hagan has been named associate director for extramural activities at the US National Institute of General Medical Sciences, of the National Institutes of Health. Hagan will supervise the Institute's research and research training grant program in the basic biomedical sciences, and will advise the NIGMS director on Institute grant activities.


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