NEW YORK, Feb 21 -  Unlike many genomics executives, Hybrigenics president Donny Strosberg doesn’t have recruiting headaches. Scientists and bioinformaticians want to work in his Paris facility, which is one of the few companies in France doing genomics- and bioinformatics-related research.

But the Paris location does hinder Hybrigenics in its efforts to make big drug discovery deals with pharma and biotech companies around the world, Strosberg told GenomeWeb.

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