Arnold Levine and Frank Reeves


Former Rockefeller University president Arnold Levine will leave the university in June, according to Rockefeller sources. On February 11, the university announced that Levine had resigned as president, but would continue his research in cancer biology, in which he used microarrays to study mutations of the p53 gene in cancer.

As a result of Levine’s impending departure, the university’s core microarray facility budget has been scaled back, the sources said.

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