How Eric Green 'Got on the Human Genome Elevator' | GenomeWeb

A St. Louis Beacon profile of Eric Green examines how the National Human Genome Research Institute director — and Missouri native — began his genomics research career in his hometown. "I come from a power-science family, which is embarrassing in some ways and is a source of incredible pride in other ways," Green tells the Beacon.

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