Trevor Hawkins, John Rogers, David Cooper, Adrian Dillon, Edward Barnholt, Mark Gardner, Nina Federoff, David Harvey, W. Lee McCollum, William O Neil, Jr., J. Pedro Reinhard, D. Dean Spatz, Barrett Toan, Paul Berg, Walter Gilbert, Frederick Sanger | GenomeWeb

MDS announced last week that Trevor Hawkins, GE Healthcare's former president of molecular diagnostics, will join the company as its new chief science and technology officer. In this newly created position, Hawkins will focus on "identifying technologies, strategic initiatives and alliances that will leverage the company's existing technology and provide new market opportunities," MDS said in a statement.

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