Jackson Lab to Add New Hires, Next-Gen Sequencing Tech in '10 | GenomeWeb

By Alex Philippidis

The Jackson Laboratory during 2010 plans to hire at least two new investigators, acquire next-generation sequencing equipment, and develop a research program for its planned Florida facility focused on translating its genetic discoveries into new drugs, the lab's President and CEO Richard Woychik said Wednesday.

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