NEW YORK, Feb. 12 - Rockefeller University late on Monday picked Thomas P. Sakmar to be acting president following Arnold J. Levine's abrupt departure over the weekend.

Sakmar, 45, is a physician and researcher who heads the university's Laboratory of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry and has played an active role as an administrator and manager at the university.

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