Careers for the Two of You | GenomeWeb

Careers for the Two of You


When Howard Hughes Medical Institute put out word that it was looking for people to move to its new Janelia Farm research campus in Virginia, Sean Eddy jumped at the offer — but only if there was a spot for his wife, computational biologist Elena Rivas. “I declared my interest in being recruited away from where I was. But then, of course, comes with the condition my wife is also a scientist so we would need to find something [for her],” Eddy says.

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