If you talk to Mansoor Mohammed, it’s all but impossible to avoid hearing how delighted he is to be living in Canada, where he spent his childhood and obtained his doctorate. Like many Canadian scientists who have joined the genomics community in the last several years, Mohammed left after earning his degree and headed to the US for a postdoc position. Years later, he finally got the chance to pack up his family and head back north — and he jumped on it.

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