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Ed Winnick Joins GenomeWeb as BioArray News Editor; Mo Krochmal to Conduct Special Project as Senior Editor


Ed Winnick joined the staff of GenomeWeb and BioArray News this week. He will oversee coverage of BioArray News starting with the July 21, 2004, edition.

Winnick has 13 years of experience covering healthcare, biotechnology, pharma, business, and science. Most recently, he was executive editor of the Reuters Health Industry Briefing. He joined Reuters in August 1998 as a healthcare business correspondent and advanced through the ranks to editor, and then executive editor, a post he held for two years.

Winnick holds a BA in English and Political Science from the University of Connecticut.

Mo Krochmal, who has served as editor of this publication since October 2002, will become senior editor, and will be conducting a special project for GenomeWeb.

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