It took a lot to lure Karin Remington away from her position as project manager at the National Ecological Observatory Network, which she began earlier this year. But it was the chance to work on the cutting edge of computational biology as director of the Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at NIH’s National Institute for General Medical Sciences that convinced her to make the switch. “It had to be a really wonderful opportunity for me to have left that position [at NEON]; that was a wonderful project that I had been involved with,” Remington says.

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