National Labs Tennessee Titan: Millhorn Takes Reins as UT s Research VP | GenomeWeb

David Millhorn may be a Tennessee native, but the land alone didn’t lure him back to his home state. The former director of the University of Cincinnati’s Genome Research Institute admits it is good to be back, but stresses that his new role as the University of Tennessee’s vice president of research brings more to the table than an amenable locale: it also makes him a key player in the university’s partnership with Battelle to run Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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