David Botstein, Shirley Tilghman, James Broach, Stephen Fodor, Patrick Brown | GenomeWeb

David Botstein has been named as new director of Princeton University’s Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics. His appointment will start July 1 of next year. Botstein will succeed Shirley Tilghman, the founding director of the institute, who became president of the university last year, and James Broach, the institute’s interim director. Princeton established the genomics institute in 1999 and is now completing construction of a building for it, the Carl Icahn Laboratory.

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