NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has named Robert Tijan to replace Thomas Cech as its president. In April 2009, Tijan will take over for Cech, who earlier this year announced his decision to leave his post to return to research and teaching at the University of Colorado at Boulder
 

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