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Thanks to Today's PIs: Nov 24, 2008


Victor Ambros 
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Robert Austin 
Princeton University

Peer Bork 
European Molecular Biology Laboratory

Charles Buck 
Purdue University Bindley Bioscience Center

James Collins 
Boston University

Sean Eddy 
Janelia Farm, Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Evan Eichler 
University of Washington

Catherine Fenselau
University of Maryland

Mark Gerstein 
Yale University

Alan Guttmacher
National Human Genome Research Institute

Ross Hardison 
Pennsylvania State University

Mary-Claire King
University of Washington

Marcie McClure
Montana State University

Bud Mishra 
New York University

Debbie Nickerson
University of Washington

Elaine Ostrander
National Human Genome Research Institute

Vijay Pande 
Stanford University

John Rossi 
City of Hope

Eddy Rubin 
Joint Genome Institute

Alan Saltiel 
University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute

Steven Salzberg
University of Maryland

Stuart Schreiber
Broad Institute

Dick Smith 
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Janet Thornton
European Bioinformatics Institute

Doug Turner 
University of Rochester

Marc Vidal 
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Hunt Willard 
Duke Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy

Rick Wilson  
Washington University School of Medicine

Phillip Zamore 
University of Massachusetts Medical School

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