Trevor Hawkins Says Call to Private Sector Lured Him from JGI | GenomeWeb

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 18 -Trevor Hawkins will begin his transition from director of the Joint Genome Institute to senior vice president of genomics at Amersham Biosciences on March 1, he said in an interview to discuss his move to the private sector, which was announced last week.

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