Colorado BioScience Association Names Chairperson, Eight Board Members
Jack Wheeler, CEO of MicroPhage in Longmont, Colo., was named chairperson of the board of directors for the Colorado BioScience Association at its 2007 annual all-member meeting, held April 24 at the GlobeImmune/Replidyne dual headquarters facility in Louisville, Colo. Wheeler assumes chairperson responsibilities from Ed Wood of ArcScan in Morrison.

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