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Research and commercialization services company SCRA said this week that it has appointed Stephen Jones as vice president, health sciences.

Jones most recently served as principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for health affairs in the US Department of Defense health affairs office. Prior to this, Jones spent 19 years at the Medical University of South Carolina, where he served as director of federal relations and economic development in the university president's office; and chief of staff and director for federal and external relations.

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