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Thanks to Today's PIs: Nov 30, 2009


Reudi Aebersold
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

Christopher Austin
National Human Genome Research Institute

Stephan Beck
University College London

Steven Brenner
University of California, San Diego

Arul Chinnaiyan
University of Michigan Medical School

George Church
Harvard University

Richard Durbin
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

Claire Fraser-Liggett
University of Maryland

Elaine Fuchs
Rockefeller University

David Goldstein
Duke University

Steven Henikoff
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Winston Hide
Harvard University

Thomas Kelly
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Isaac Kohane
Harvard University

Harris Lewin
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Susan Lindquist
Whitehead Institute

Andre Marziali
University of British Columbia

Elaine Ostrander
National Human Genome Research Institute

John Quackenbush
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Jaques Ravel
University of Maryland School of Medicine

John Reed
Burnham Institute for Medical Research

Bruce Stillman
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

Eric Topol
The Scripps Research Institute

Harold Varmus
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

John Yates
The Scripps Research Institute

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