Per Petersen, Mark Daniels, Howard Birndorf, David Ludvigson, William Respess, Robert Saltmarsh, Graham Lidgard | GenomeWeb
Per Petersen has been appointed to Invitrogen’s board of directors after retiring from his post at the chairman of R&D at Johnson & Johnson, the company said last week.
 
At J&J, Peterson was responsible for the Office of Science and Technology, the R&D Council, and the cell therapy research and activities. Prior to that, Peterson was chairman of the Department of Immunology at the Scripps Research Institute.
 

 

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