Dennis Gilbert, Nina Fedoroff, Ira Marks, Jerry Zemaitis, Joseph Keegan, Gus Davis, Lubert Stryer | GenomeWeb
Dennis Gilbert has resigned as chief scientific officer and vice president of research at Applied Biosystems, according to an ABI spokesman who confirmed via e-mail that Gilbert left the company as of Aug. 1 to “pursue other career interests.”
 

 
Nina Fedoroff has resigned from the board of directors of Sigma-Aldrich after being named Science and Technology Adviser to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Fedoroff was nominated by the National Academy of Sciences.

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