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In GT last year, our cover story took you inside plans for the new Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research and introduced you to its fresh-from-academia chief, Mark Fishman. Novartis has continued to hire into its center, moving much of its New Jersey-based staff to the new digs in Cambridge, Mass. A big score for genomics folk was Dalia Cohen, head of functional genomics for Novartis, who took an early lead among the Boston-bound.

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