Krisztina Holly, Kathryn Atchison, Raymond Arner, Anne Marie Cook, Senator Max Baucus, Sharon Peterson | GenomeWeb
Entretech, a business development organization supporting high-tech companies throughout Greater Los Angeles, last week said that it has appointed two new board members: Krisztina Holly, vice provost and executive director of the University of Southern California Stevens Institute for Innovation; and Kathryn Atchison, vice provost of intellectual property and industry relations, and associate vice chancellor for research at University of California, Los Angeles. Holly and Athcison join 10 other board members.

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