Mark Modzelewski, President Bush, Henry Cisneros, Dan Glickman, Curtis Van Tassell, Ben Bronstein, Peter Johnson, Mark Braughler, Todd Joron, Max Fedor | GenomeWeb

Mark Modzelewski joins the scientific advisory board of CombiMatrix, the company said this week. Modzelewski is the founder and executive director of the Nanobusiness Alliance and is a member of the Nanotechnology Technical Advisory Group of President Bush’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology. Previously, Modzelewski served as special assistant to HUD secretary Henry Cisneros and USDA secretary Dan Glickman in the Clinton administration.

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